ALTO CLARINET; CLARINET; BAMBOO FLUTE; COMPOSITION
Rozanne Levine was introduced to the jazz/new music community as a performer with William Parker and Patricia Nicholson Parker's Centering Music/Dance Ensemble during the late 1970’s. Her work with the Parkers is documented on the Eremite release, “Through Acceptance Of The Mystery Peace/The Music Of William Parker”. Throughout the 1980’s and 1990's she performed in saxophonist/clarinetist Mark Whitecage's Glass House Ensemble, playing both clarinet and Whitecage's sound sculptures. In 1993 she rejoined the Parkers as a founding member of their New York-based Improvisors Collective, performing in the Collective Orchestra and with Collective members in smaller ensembles as well as at Collective Festivals. During her 3-year tenure with the Collective she formed two ensembles , Crystal Clarinets and the Clarinet Choir, which performed at Roulette and the Tri-Centric Festival in New York City and The Buttonwood Tree in Connecticut.
December 08, 2011
Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at CSV Cultural Center, NYC, Mon. Dec. 12
November 17, 2011
Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at CSV Cultural Center, NYC
April 27, 2010
Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at Yippie Cafe, NYC, May 7
May 29, 2009
Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning New CD "Only Moment"
November 11, 2008
Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at Roulette, NYC, December 8
January 04, 2006
NYC Premiere: BushWacked - A Spoken Opera; also Rozanne Levine & The...
May 25, 2002
Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at Tonic NYC on June 5 at 8PM
“Rozanne Levine has done remarkable work with Mark Whitecage in various musical settings, but ‘Only Moment’ is a treasure even by their lofty standards. … Levine’s rich sonorous alto clarinet is palpable on songs like the opening ‘Blues Lullaby in F’ and the moody, brooding ‘Lost Freedoms’ … Free form interplay abounds … When the horns blend together, the harmonies are rich and thick … Winsome and winning, ‘Only Moment’ is another amazing gem from Whitecage and Levine.” - George Harris, All About Jazz
“As soon as one spins ‘Only Moment’…the room is pervaded by presences resembling spirits of wellbeing