Indian-born British musician and conductor Levine Andrade was born in 1954, in Bombay and died on November 20, 2018.
Levine Andrade was parents Bonaventure and Juliana and emigrated to England.
Following a grant to the Yehudi Menuhin School at 9 years old he ended up one of its initial twelve individuals and was guided by Robert Masters and Yehudi Menuhin.
When he was 11 years old, BBC Television made a full narrative about him in their arrangement “Life of a Child”.
Just before leaving the school he took up the viola, which he examined with Patrick Ireland who was training orchestral arrangements at the school.
He ended up one of the organizer individuals from the Arditti Quartet with Irvine Arditti, Lennox Mackenzie, and John Senter, motivated by their common enthusiasm for twentieth-century music.
During the seventeen years Andrade played with them, the group of four have had an unparalleled vocation, performing at pretty much every real music celebration all through the world to basic recognition.
They were approached to play the opening presentation for the new Concert Hall of the Louver Museum in Paris, and the live chronicle of that show was granted one of France’s most noteworthy account grants.
Andrade left his exceptionally bustling visiting plan for 1990 to invest more energy with his significant other and four kids to work in London as an independent artist.
Levine Andrade died in 2018.