Suzanne Levinson, flutist, is a free-lance performer and teacher who has played professionally in metropolitan Pittsburgh for the past 25 years. She embraces the challenges of unfamiliar, unexplored, and rarely-heard solo and chamber repertoire. Her 2004 recital was recorded and broadcast by WQED-FM on Performance in Pittsburgh. A graduate of Duquesne University, Levinson studied with Bernard Goldberg and Julius Baker. She has been a private flute, piccolo, and piano teacher for the past 30 years. In addition to having written free-lance music and theatre reviews, she is an avid arranger, transcriber, copyist, and chamber music composer. She has performed with the Pittsburgh Savoyards and Undercroft Opera for the past four years.