CelloRichard Levine

Cellist Richard Levine was a student of the celebrated pedagogue Eleonore Schoenfeld, with whom he studied both cello and chamber music. Also pursuing other interests before coming to San Diego, Mr. Levine was graduated from UCLA with degrees in mathematics and philosophy. One special area of concentration at UCLA was the Gödel incompleteness theorems, which lead to graduate seminars with famed logician Alonzo Church. After winning a position with the San Diego Symphony in 1973, Mr. Levine also became a member of the San Diego Opera Orchestra.