Luciano Levron was born in Rome, Italy, in 1974, son of sopran singer Rachel Levy.
As a child he absorbed the Italian and Neapolitan music, sang by his mother and the great tenor Luciano Pavarotti.
He graduated with honours the Rimon College of Jazz and Contemporary Music, and was a member of The Philharmonic Choir and the Philharmonia Singers Choir.
Luciano Levron performed several concerts under the conduction of the legendary arranger and producer of The Beatles, Sir George Martin.
In 2007, after completing a tour in south Italy, he performed in Rome for Silvio Berlusconi.
Among his works are collaborations with artists such as Tiziana Lepore, Miri Mesika, Vitaly Podolsky, and brilliant mandolin players Tom Cohen and Pietro Rainone.
In 2009 Luciano recorded the album "From Italy With Love". His new album, "I Miracoli Tuoi" (Your Miracles), is to be released in 2020.