Perry Levy, NYC Wedding DJ

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About Perry:

Artistic Influences:  Miles Davis, The Rolling Stones, Blondie and Major Lazer. 

Perry Levy is a Brooklyn NY based DJ, sound designer, and music enthusiast. In addition to his musical credentials, Perry has a “can do” attitude, natural people skills, attention to detail, eagerness to offer hands on music planning collaboration with his clients.  These qualities  are quickly making him an in-demand DJ for weddings and corporate events, in NYC and beyond.

Perry began his musical career as a radio personality/DJ for WERS Radio Station in Boston. His personal love for jazz, reggae and underground hip hop made him a local fixture within the Boston college music scene, all while he was busy earning a Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering (University of Massachusetts) and a Masters Degree in Media Arts (Emerson College).

Perry’s musical passions have since guided him back to New York, where he has taken on work as a sound designer for such Oscar nominated films as GasLand, Paradise Lost III, and The Square. The time Perry has spent perfecting audio behind the scenes has helped raise his innate crowd-rocking DJ skills to the next level.

When Perry isn’t working on creating soundtracks for the big screen, he is DJing private events and clubs around New York City. As a native New Yorker, Perry has developed an expansive and eclectic knowledge of all kinds of music and understands the art of sound mixing. Influenced by the diversity of New York City, Perry finds beauty in all forms of sound and knows how to curate the perfect mix for any occasion. Whether you’re looking to create a energy driven dance floor or a cool and classy cocktail hour, Perry would be thrilled to work with you to create the perfect soundtrack for your special day.

Feel free to check out a video of Perry DJing below. The music in the video is not necessarily an indication of what Perry will play at your event, as he is happy to customize his set-list to your needs and also read out the crowd.

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