He also received an Artist-in - Residence award from PASS in NYC, and was awarded a studio in the Cite International des Arts in Paris.
Levick has adapted Kafka's first novel, AMERIKA, into an opera entitled THE MAN WHO DISAPPEARED and has written the libretto and the music for BANG FOR THE BUCK, an opera in 2 acts. Levick's 3rd opera, PARADISE LAST, will create—along with THE MAN WHO DISAPPEARED and BANG FOR THE BUCK, a trilogy which extends from the early 20th century to 2050.
NOSOTROS- a violin solo with electronics— was premiered by Davis Brooks in 2006, and will be included on Brooks’ CD of pieces mixing electronics and the violin.
Performed in—among other places- Los Angeles, Paris, NYC, and Spain, Levick's music has been described by critic Rodney Punt: "Levick channel(s) Bach's mental energies and Hindemith's angularities."
Composer William Kraft:" (Levick's) effort is to accept the fragments of our fundamentally shattered world and imaginatively transform them into vessels of beauty ."
In 2012 Signature Records, the dynamic and eclectic label sponsored by Radio France Musique, produced and recorded the DIOTIMA STRING QUARTET playing Levick's three string quartets. The CD was released in September, 2013.
The DIOTIMA has subsequently performed Levick's three string quartets in New York, Paris, Formentera and Berlin.
In December, 2015 Levick will record a second CD for Signature Records/Radio France.
For 2016 Levick is commissioned by the series PIANOSPHERES to write a piano solo for renowned LA pianist, Mark Robson. As he plays, Robson will speak Levick's text, THE STORY OF ' I'. Levick has also been commissioned by the Belgian festival, ARS MUSICA, to write a piece for string quartet, wind ensemble and percussion..
Levick has also been named Artistic Director of the Mona Bismarck American Center Festival of New American Music. The inaugural festival will take place in Paris in December, 2016.