Born in 1986 in Jerusalem, the Hamburg-based flutist Idan Levi began his career during his studies in Hamburg in the flute classes of Prof. Moshe Aron Epstein and Prof. Jürgen Franz. Upon finishing his Bachelor, Idan Levi has joined the orchestra of Theater Lüneburg (2011) as a full orchestra member, where he also plays the piccolo and as a substitute of the solo flutist. Idan Levi has also studied period instruments in the department of ancient music in the Hochschule for music and arts in Bremen in the class of Prof. Marten Root (2011-2013). He has played as a guest with orchestras such as the Magdeburgische Philharmonie, Schleswig-Holstein Sinfonieorchester, TfN Philharmonie - Hildesheim, Israeli Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra of the Israeli Opera) and others.
Alongside his duties in the Theater, Idan Levi is also a passionate performer on historic flutes. Since 2010 he plays regularly in various ensembles and orchestras of period instruments including the barockwerk hamburg, Concerto Bremen and Ensemble Schirokko, and gives concerts and recitals in Hamburg and its environs, as well as in Lüneburg and in Hanover. Since 2013 Idan Levi is also a regular guest in the concert series "Musik in alten Heidekirchen" where he also gave solo concerts.
Idan Levi has introduced chamber music ensembles - such as Hevenu Shalom with Idan's own arrangements, Quer durch die Querflöten that has introduced four generations of flutes in one concert, and Hansa Ensemble with the Program Der junge Beethoven.