Gary Levinson put out a big, gleaming tone which glowed sweetly when quiet. Mr. Levinson displayed considerable virtuosity and turned some lovely phrases.

Gary Levinson…[in] performances of Bach, Beethoven and Brahms that were elegantly refined and deeply expressive. [His] approach intelligent, emotive without being ostentatious, allowing the music to speak for itself. Levinson’s violin sound is Old World, edgy yet sweet and tinged with dark melancholy. Levinson delicately negotiated the parallel lines, resulting in a unified whole notable for its clarity and musicality.

South Florida Classical Review, by Dave Rosenbaum