Vandegrift High School’s Noah Levine is the Leander ISD Fine Arts Student of the Week. The do-it-all junior is involved in a variety of musical organizations and ensembles.
He is in his second year as a member of the VHS Chamber Choir, Varsity Mixed Choir and Varsity Tenor Bass Choir, and plays saxophone in the nationally-recognized Vandegrift Viper Marching Band and Symphonic Band. In addition, Noah performs with the Vandegrift Jazz band, and recently was awarded first chair to the 2019 Region 32 Jazz Band playing electric guitar.
In 2019, as a first-year choir member, Noah competed in the TMEA All-State Choir audition process, and made the Texas All-State Tenor-Bass Choir! Noah also advanced as a finalist in the VHS Choir Solo Competition during his sophomore year and was a semi-finalist for the VHS Band Solo Competition.
This year, Noah was a guest performer at the TEDx Youth Austin Event, and in the spring of 2019, Noah won a national Jewish songwriting competition, granting him the opportunity to perform at the four-day long Songleader Leadership Conference in St. Louis.
In addition to these accomplishments, Noah has released three original albums on global music platforms.
“Noah is a talented and motivated musician,” Director Michael Zook said. “His outstanding work ethic is what has helped him find so much success in so many different organizations.”
Congratulations to Vandegrift standout Noah Levine, the LID Fine Arts Student of the Week!