2010Lo Yisa Goi 2004│ Hashkiveinu
Ira Scott Levin is a singing-storyteller, instrumentalist, lyricist, composer, and recording artist dedicated to making the world a happier place. A theater major from Florida State University, Ira has appeared on PBS Kids as his alter-persona, Uncle Eye. He has performed on both sides of the Atlantic including the Fringe Festival in Scotland, The International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam, The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, Paramount Movie Studios in Los Angeles, and as a featured performer for the United Way. His Hashkiveinu was honored at Shalshelet’s 2004 Festival. Currently getting established in the Hudson Valley region of New York, he continues to be involved in the San Francisco Bay Area Jewish community as a song leader, cantorial soloist, educator, and guest musician. He most often performs with his wife Julia Bordenaro Levin as The Levins Folk Pop Duo, as well as with their Levins World Folk Ensemble. All of his recordings can be found at www.thelevinsmusic.com and www.uncleeye.com.