- Levine was founded in 1976 as a nonprofit community music school, open to anyone who wanted to learn about and study music, regardless of age, ability, means, or financial circumstances.
- Levine now has four campuses in the DC area, with 150 faculty members teaching more than 3,500 students each semester. Levine also hosts more than 1,000 children each summer through its Music and Arts Camp and specialty camps in a variety of areas, ranging from strings, saxophone, and clarinet to jazz and rock.
- Levine offers instruction in 22 instruments, voice and composition, as well as theory and music history, throughout the year.
- Levine is an “All-Steinway School,” and only purchases Steinway manufactured pianos to provide our students with the best equipment for instruction.
- Levine is one of only 12 community music schools in the United States accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
Levine presents over 200 performances each and every year, featuring students, faculty members, and guest artists on stages and at venues throughout the DC area.
- Levine is a member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education.
- Each year, Levine commits more than $500,000 to scholarships and outreach programs, providing more than 600 children with free or subsidized music instruction.