Hannibal Native Earns Grammy Nomination
The stars have aligned for a Hannibal native who is now and forever a Grammy-nominated artist for his work arranging and composing his new album, “The Planets: Reimagined.”
Hannibal High School alum Jeremy Levy earned the Grammy nomination and will learn if his work for Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella wins the music industry’s top prize at the ceremony on Jan. 31.
Jeremy is the son of Mike and Ileen Levy of Hannibal. After his graduation from HHS, he continued his education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. His career has paired him with some influential people in the music business. It was his most recent work on a score for a Star Wars video game that inspired him to reach for the stars. It was his arrangement of “Uranus: The Magician” that earned him the Grammy nomination.
Sadly, Levy won’t be able to walk the red carpet at a star-studded gala. The Grammy ceremony is virtual for 2021. You can learn more about his work at his website, jlevymusic.com.