Aaron Levinson is a veteran record label owner and producer with a background as a musician and composer. He has produced and/or released nearly two dozen albums.
Levinson is a graduate of the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Levinson and co-composed and produced the score for the Cinemax documentary “How Do You Spell Murder?” directed by Oscar-winning directors Alan and Susan Raymond. Levinson is an ASCAP-affiliated songwriter and publisher and has an international co-publishing agreement with Evergreen Music for his musical compositions in 43 countries around the world. He is a former governor of the Philadelphia chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Levinson is staff producer and A&R director for Range Records a Warner Music Group-distributed label. His most recent production is Rediscovering Lonnie Johnson. He and his band Spanish Harlem Orchestra won a Grammy award for best tropical album for "Viva la Tradición".
Awards and honors
- 2005 Grammy Winner: Salsa Album of the Year
- 2004 Grammy Nominee: Salsa Album of the Year
- 2003 Grammy Nominee: Salsa Album of the Year
- 2003 Billboard Award Winner: New Salsa Artist of the Year
- 2001 Latin Grammy Award Nominee: Traditional Tropical Album
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