Mat Levine is a musician currently living in Chambersburg, PA. Mat received his BM from Mansfield University and MM from Kent State University before teaching music grades k-12 for 6 years in Corning, NY; Las Vegas, NV; and most recently, Waynesboro, PA. Before leaving traditional education, Mat taught music as an adjunct professor at Wilson College.
Mat is a regularly performing musician, educator, and conductor serving as the music director at Christ United Methodist Church in Waynesboro, Director of The Towne Singers, and former Associate Conductor for the Mercersburg Community Chorus and Orchestra. Mat also serves as a guest conductor for area colleges, camps, and choral festivals. Mat has multiple performance and conducting credits at Carnegie Hall in New York City, the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, DC, and various venues across Europe.
Mat has also worked as a performer, director, music director, technical director, and consultant for musical theater productions across the tri-state region as well as currently serving as the Managing Director for Chambersburg Community Theater.
Beyond live music, Mat is also an active recording artist and producer under the pseudonym, Jay Mocking. Outside of his solo work, Mat is a founding member, drummer, and producer of the Prog-Rock band, Corner Booth. Releases are available on all streaming platforms.
Mat is also a co-owner and recording engineer at Alley Cat Studios in Chambersburg, PA. At the studio, Mat gives lessons to students of all ages in recording, mixing, and mastering. As a part of the studio’s mission, Mat regularly works with singers, full bands, genre-bending musical projects, authors, podcasters, and content creators to help create professional-quality content in our community.