Colin Levin's voice students are currently performing as professional singers and actors in London, touring in Europe, and performing in the US and Canada on regional musical theater and operatic stages. His students regularly are accepted as both undergraduate and graduate students into the top music conservatories in the US, London, and Canada as vocal performance majors, including students attending The Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Eastman School of Music, Mannes School of Music, Boston University, The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, The Royal Academy of Music in London, New York University, The University of Toronto, SUNY Purchase, Northwestern Bien School of Music, and Rider University. They regularly place and win competitions, including District Winners and Encouragement Awards in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, national finalists and semi-finalists in the emerging professional, collegiate and high school divisions of the Classical Singer Competition, Top Prizes at the National Level of the NATS Competition, the New York Lyric Opera competition, the Donald W. Wood Competition, the Schmidt Vocal Competition, and the Peter Elvins Competition; and participate in Young Artist Programs such as the Music Academy of the West, the Aspen Music Festival, Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre, Opera Ithaca, Fargo-Moorhead Opera, Seagle Music Colony, Pittsburgh Festival Opera, the Miami Music Festival, and SongFest.
Colin Levin is currently on the Voice Faculty at Rowan University, and since 2013 has served on the Voice and Music History Faculty with the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. He previously has held faculty positions with the International Summer Opera Festival of Morelia in Mexico and Concord Academy, as well as a Lecturer in Voice position at the Mason Gross School of Music at Rutgers University, where he is currently completing his Doctoral studies. He has presented masterclasses at Concordia College (MN), The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, and in the spring of 2017 was a teaching artist-in-residence at the Landakotsskóli School in Reykjavík, Iceland. Colin Levin additionally maintains a private voice studio located in New York City.
He frequently is invited to perform with the aforementioned institutions; with fellow members of the BUTI voice faculty, his recital repertoire has included Wolf's complete Italienisches Liederbuch, Schumann's Spanisches Liederspiel and 4 Duette, Op. 78, Bernstein's Arias and Barcarolles, and extended excerpts from Jorge Martín's The Glass Hammer; with the Tanglewood Youth Symphony and Chorus, he has performed the Mozart Requiem under the baton of Ken-David Masur at the Tanglewood Theater and Bernstein's Chichester Psalms at both Ozawa Hall and the Koussevitzky Music Shed, and Carmina Burana; with the Rowan University Orchestra and Chorus he has appeared as the soloist in Finzi's In Terra Pax and Marcello in Act II of La Boheme; and with the Rutgers Symphony Orchestra principle roles in Fidelio, Le Nozze di Figaro, Albert Herring, and Les Contes d'Hoffman.