Guitarist and composer Nadav Lev is an exceptional virtuoso on both classical and electric guitar. His proficiency in through-composed as well as improvised music and his inspired, profound performances of the music of our time have made him one of today’s most captivating new performers. An Andres Segovia Award winner, guitarist and composer Nadav Lev “is one of the greatest and most visionary guitarists working today.” (Sean Hickey) Hailed as “a master, [from] classical to jazz to rock to improvised music,” (Grego Applegate Edwards) Nadav has played to great adulation all over the globe. Mr. Lev is a member of several new music collaborations including the Lev-Yulzari Duo classical Spanish and Sephardic duo with double bassist Remy Yulzari, and (h)artDrive, a daring electric guitar duo with virtuoso Giacomo Baldelli. His newest ensemble, Nadav Lev and the Corrections, is a world music ensemble with Rene Hart and Satoshi Takeishi. Lev has performed throughout the U.S., Europe, Israel, South America, and New York at Carnegie Hall, Rose Hall at Lincoln Center, Merkin Concert Hall, and at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival. He was the Artist-in-Residence at the Festival de Chaillol in France in 2015 where he composed two pieces and worked as program curator. Additionally, Mr. Lev has collaborated with the Israel Symphony Orchestra, Israel Kibbutz Orchestra, ECLAT Festival, Wet Ink Ensemble, ICE, Miranda Cuckson, Rinat Shaham, Mivos Quartet, RishonLeZion, and Raul Jarena, among others. Several of these collaborations were a part of his latest album release, New Strings Attached, with the Delos label.