Heather has performed in California, Michigan, Israel, and New York City, and her songs have been played on local, national, and shortwave radio stations.
She has performed at:
Earth Celebrations' Rites of Spring Pageant 2003;
Walkerstage: NY Rainbow benefit SUNDAY MARCH 16TH 2003;
People's Voice Cafe, Sept. 28, 2003 New York City.
Cathedral Arts Festival, Jersey City, New Jersey,
The People's Music Network "Carry it On" Concert at LaGuardia Community College, Queens, NYC, Jan. 2000, in concert with Pete Seeger,
Protests against George Bush's inauguration; against the World Bank and IMF, New Jersey and Washington DC, May 1 and April 16, 2000,
Bob Fass's Radio Unnameable Show, Pacifica Radio WBAI FM, NYC,
Clearwater Revival, 1999 -2002, as part of Songs
of the Spirit, Croton, NY;
Peacesmiths Coffeehouse, Amityville, Long Island;
National Jobs for All Coalition Rallies;
Protests Against Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant;
Fundraisers for War Resister's League, held at People's
Clearwater Pumpkin Festival;
Westchester Coalition for Abortion Rights/ Nat'l Young Women's Day of Action;
Orange Bear Cafe, NYC, among other places.
She has appeared several times on Songs of Freedom, an award-winning NYC cable TV show.
Friday, Oct. 3, 8 PM, 5C Cultural Center
5th St. & Ave. C (SE Corner), Manhattan
Performing together with Ray Korona
Saturday, Oct. 4, 8 PM, Opening Act,
at Mount Eden Retreat, Washington, NJ
Sunday, Oct. 26, 4 pm.
Featured Performer (20 minute set), Back Fence
155 Bleecker St (@ Thompson St.), Manhattan, call "Poet to Poet" Poetry Open Mic Series
Nov. 8, 2003, Benefit Concert for Indian Point CD Sampler
Nov. 9, 2003, Benefit Concert for Bruce Ornstein's Acting Studio
Sat., January 31, 2004, Sustainable Energy Forum (Alternative Energy for Your Apartment), Campos Plaza Community Center 611 East 13th Street (between Avenues B and C), Manhattan, free admission; I will be performing one or two songs at 3:45pm.
Wed., March 10, 2004, 7:30pm Poet to Poet Open Mic Feature Performer (20 minute performance) at Queens / Bayside Barnes & Noble Booksellers. 23-80 Bell Blvd., Bay Terrace Shopping Center, Bayside NY. Information:  224-1083 . By Subway:  line to Main Street/Flushing. Q13 bus to shopping center. Free.
Sunday, March 14, Cathedral Arts Festival, Jersey City, NJ. Details to be added soon.
Sat., April 3, 2004, People's Voice Cafe, 45 East 33rd St., 8pm, with Just Harmony. $10 general admission; $7 Peoples' Voice, Workmen's Circle Members, or TDF; $5 Seniors/On Strike/Up Against the Machine
Sun. April 25, 2004, The New England Folk Festival, Natick High School, 15 West St., Natick, Massachusetts; performing the songs of Malvina Reynolds.
Saturday, May 22, Rites of Spring Pageant performer, Lower East Side/East Village procession. This is a great event in general, so don't miss it!
Alpha Books, Pennington NJ, Aug. 2004
Tuesday night, August 17, 12am, listen to WBAI 99.5 FM in NYC for a live interview.
NY Howl Festival Community Garden Concert: Sunday, Aug. 22, 12pm-3:30pm, GenX Community Garden, E. 4th Street between Aves. B/C. To promote upcoming release of More Gardens CD.
Ukeleles for Sanity Concert, Friday, Aug. 27, The Fez Under Time Café - 380 Lafayette Street in NYC, 8pm, $15....because "The smallest voice can be a mighty force. Particularly when that voice is speaking defiantly against a rich, powerful, and fraudulent ruler."
Folk Project Fall Festival, Oct. 8-10, in northwestern New Jersey. Presenting "Songs of Freedom and Struggle" Workshop. Visit website for details and registration.
NOMAD Festival, Saturday, Nov. 6, 7pm, performing "Songs of Malvina Reynolds."
Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2005, Open Mic Feature at Nightengale Cafe in NYC.
Friday, Jan. 21, 12midnight-1am--live appearance on WBAI's Radio Unnameable.
Saturday, January 22, 2005, at the Peoples Voice Cafe, 45 East 33rd St., in New York City (between Park & Madison, North side of 33rd St.). 8pm, $12 general admission; $9 Peoples' Voice, Workmen's Circle Members. Performing with percussionist Michael Lengyel and fiddler/flutist Gina Tlamsa. Full set and CD release party! Also performing: the talented & inspiring Peter Pasco
Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, Minstrel Coffeehouse, Morris County Cultural Center, 300 Mendham Road (Rt. 24), Morris Township, NJ, opening for John Roberts & Tony Barrand.
Friday March 25, 2005
Folk Fridays at the Mug Cafe
446 East 13th Street (near Avenue A)
East Village • New York City
7:30 to 10:30 PM
Suggested cover: $10 + musicians' tips.
Sunday, November 6, 2005 NOMAD Festival, Songs of Malvina Reynolds workshop.
Saturday, March 25, 2006: Peoples Voice Cafe, 45 East 33rd St., in New York City, 8pm, $12 contribution; with Terry Kitchen.
April 22, NEFFA Festival, Songs of Malvina Reynolds, and Songs of Freedom & Struggle.
May 12-14, 2006, Folk Project Festival, A YMCA camp on the outskirts of Newton, NJ, near the Delaware Water Gap.
5/17/2006 08:00 PM - NIGHTINGALE, 213 Second Avenue (corner of 13th Street), New York, NY 10003,US -I will be the featured performer tomorrow night (Wednesday May 17) at ARTISTS' LOUNGE Open Mic
5/28/2006 9:00 PM - 169 Bar (LES Productions Presents) 169 East Broadway , New York
$8. Take the F train to East Broadway. Half hour set.
Part of Rounds Singing with Sol Weber, at Old Songs Festival (June 22, 2006) and Clearwater Revival (June 18, 2006).
Saturday, July 29, 2006 8:00 PM
Jimmy's No. 43--Ukulele Cabaret
43 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003,
Ukulele Cabaret (ukulelecabaret.com) is coming back for another session. The show, hosted by local duo Sonic Uke, features over a dozen unique ukulele acts, including me!
Saturday, 8/05/2006 7:00 PM - Vox Populi
1022 Cortelyou Road , Flatbush, Brooklyn, NY -
Call (718) 940-2084 with details. www.voxpopnet.net
Ukulele Night @ Night & Day, Brooklyn NY Sept 6, 06.
Landsdowne Folk Club, with Ian Campbell, Anne Feeney, and Fred Stanton. 20th Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Avenue in Philadelphia, October 26 at 7pm.
VILLAGE HALLOWEEN COSTUME BALL at Theatre for the New City, as part of the New York Ukulele Ensemble. Oct. 31. 155 1st Avenue, between East 9th and East 10th Street. Time TBA.
NOMAD Festival (Northeast Music, Art & Dance), November 4, 2006, at Wilbur Cross High School
181 Mitchell Drive, New Haven CT. Several performances, including: Kids Sing Freedom, 10am, Songs of Malvina Reynolds at 11am, Frailing for Guitar lesson at 2pm, and a guest set in Mississippi John Hurt & Elizabeth Cotten at 6pm
New York Ukulele Ensemble under the direction of Uke Jackson--CD release concert, Feb. 24, 2007, 8pm, Theatre for the New City, 155 First Ave
(corner of East 10th Street) in Manhattan, $15 (Heather Lev is one of several members of this ensemble)
Peoples' Voice Cafe, 8pm, Saturday May 12, 2007 45 East 33rd St., in New York City (between Park & Madison, North side of 33rd St.). Full one-hour set.
ART PARADE as a member of NY Ukulele Ensemble
Saturday Sept 8. 4pm. WEST BROADWAY & HOUSTON, NYC
HOWL FEST GEN X GARDEN in East Village, Sunday SEPT 9 1-5PM; 4th Street between Avenue B&C, “Loisaida”, NYC www.MoreGardens.org CD release garden party concertMusic of various bands/performers; free.
Tuesday OCT 16, 7-11pm at Jimmy's Number 43 in East Village
43 East 7th Street, New York, NY (212) 982-3006 with sharing the set with the amazing and fabulous COOL HAND UKE and Bliss Blood. Suggested donation, pass-the-hat concert.
NOMAD FESTIVAL, Sunday Nov. 4 at Wilbur Cross High School, 181 Mitchell Drive, New Haven, CT, performing "Kids Sing Freedom" at 11am with Macdougal Street Rent Party; "Perils of Love" songs workshop at 12pm; and Woody Guthrie Songswap at 2pm with Macdougal Street Rent Party.
PEACESMITHS COFFEEHOUSE, on Friday DEC. 7, 8:30pm, in AMITYVILLE Long Island, First United Methodist Church, 25 Broadway / Rt. 110, southmost end near Merrick Rd./Montauk Hwy, near LIRR Station, call 631-798-0778.
9 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10014
Description:Heather Lev shares the set with The Beach Bombs (Rachel Stone, Dennis Heller and Joel Landy). No admission, but a hat is passed around for the artists. No alcohol. Tasty vegan cakes, tea, coffee.
Friday 01/04/2008 08:30 PM - Peacesmiths Cafe
First United Methodist, 25 Broadway, route 110
Amityville, New York 11701 PeaceSmiths Hotline: (631) 798-0778
Cost: $7 donation
Description:First United Methodist Church 25 Broadway/Rt. 110 (southmost end near Merrick Rd./Montauk Highway) in Amityville.
Heather shares the night with Poet Steven Schmidt, who has had poems published in Soundings, Zephyr, Hookah, and Xanadu. He has made tunes for poems by Jack Kerouac, Raymond Patterson, Kathaleen Donnelly, and Emily Rogers.