Sam Levin, 10, has been playing guitar since he was 5 years old. He has played at Hershey Park, 12 Grapes in Peekskill, Mohansic and Crompond schools, Relay For Life and a number of other venues, fundraisers and parties.
Sometimes he plays solo, creating loops to accompany himself, sometimes he plays with his father, his sister Jane, and other friends, and sometimes he plays with his bands from The Lagond Music School in Elmsford, where Sam has been a student since 2010.
This Friday, Feb. 10, "Electric Fence," Sam's latest band at Lagond will be performing as part of Lagond-A-Thon, a four-hour fundraising concert webcast streamed live over the Internet from their performance space "The Haven" in Elmsford. The event will also include interviews and other material.
Tune in at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10 to watch Charlie Lagond, Musical Director and creator of The Lagond School, and co-founder Rosanne Lana host this great event showcasing their students and faculty. Go to www.lagondmusic.org and click on the link for Lagond-A-Thon to get to the live stream (or go to www.ustream.tv and search "Lagond").
Sam's band will be the second act, going on at about 8:15 p.m.
His videos, going all the way back to when he was 6 years old, can be found on YouTube here, including performances at 12 Grapes in Peekskill and Hershey Park in Pennsylvania.
Most recently he played for his 4th grade class at Crompond School on his 10th birthday. Check it out here.
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