Yasmin Levy (b. 1975) is a singer of Sephardic music born in Jerusalem. Her father, Isaac Levy, was a pioneer researcher of the music of Spanish Jewry, often called Ladino music. She has brought a new interpretation to the international Ladino song scene by returning to original instruments like the Persian oud, violin, cello, percussion, and piano. Her debut album was Romance & Yasmin in 2004, which earned her a nomination as Best Newcomer for the BBC World Music Awards 2005.