Andrew Levine, born 1968 in NYC began playing violin at 6; later studied voice. M.A. at the University of Trier. Lived in Berlin, now residing in Hamburg. Video productions since 1998, from 2003 with an increasing focus on live concert recordings. Member of the Verband Deutscher Tonmeister, recipient of the Goldener Bobby award in 2014 and chair of the department of Music and Word Production.
Since 2010, Andrew plays the Moog Theremin, mostly in free improvising configurations. Added an 0-Coast synth in 2017, STEIM Cracklebox in 2019. A polyphonic Haken Continuum rounded out his set. US-tour (solo & duo) and four-day Theremin-festival in 2020. In 2021 a grant allowed him to expand his sonic palette with the integration of a modular setup. Tour with Quatuor BRAC and Katrin Bethge in 2022.
Subsequently he has been exploring the combination of electronics and church organs with a series of recordings and concerts.