Boston, Massachusetts, who started playing at seven years of age and made
his debut as a soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at the age of
Juilliard, the Longy School of Music, the New
England Conservatory, the Switzerland Academy of Music, Tanglewood,
and the Yehudi
Academy. His teachers included Albert Fuller,
Maurice Gendron, Joel Krosnick,
Lorne Munroe, Channing Robbins, Leonard Rose, and Jaap
whom he worked include the Capitol Ensemble, the Columbus Symphony, the
Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Griffon String Quartet, the
Honolulu Symphony, the Jacksonville Symphony, the Long Beach Symphony
Orchestra, the Longy String Quartet, the Los
Angeles Opera Orchestra, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the New Haven
Symphony, the Pasadena Symphony, the Romauldo
Trio, and the Santa Barbara Symphony.
November 1981, the Longy String Quartet
participated in an all-Franz Joseph Haydn affair at the Federal Reserve
Bank of Boston Auditorium.
String Quartet won the Fischoff National Chamber
Music Competition in 1991.
2002, Trevor became a member of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.
He was a guest
artist at California State University
on 16th March 2003 when he and six others performed Ludwig van
Beethoven’s “Septet in E flat major, Op. 20”.
December 2005, members of the LACO interpreted music composed by faculty
and students at Los Angeles
City College. Their program comprised “Cantabile”
by Page Williams, “Corridor” by Nicholas King, “Music for
Squares” by Matthew McGaughey, “String
Duo” by Dan Wanner, “String Quartet
No.1 in C minor” by Leonie Roessler, and “12-Tone
Zone” by Michael Gonzales.
The Romauldo Trio appeared at the Madrid Theatre in Canoga Park, California,
on 12th May 2006 for a recital of “Serenade, Op. 10”
by Ernst von Dohnanyi and “String Trio”
by Heitor Villa-Lobos.
February 2008, Trevor took part in a program entitled “From Bach to
Brubeck” at the Colburn School in Los
The evening featured five cellists performing transcriptions of
music written for other instruments, such as the “Chaconne”
from “Partita in D minor” by Johann Sebastian Bach, “Sonata
in F major, Op. 99” by Johannes Brahms, “Sonata in G minor, Op.
19” by Dave Brubeck and Eugene Friesen.
in the 2008 Music on the Hill festival where he performed Beethoven’s
“Septet in E flat major, Op. 20”, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s
“Oboe Quintet in C minor, K. 406a”, and Olivier Messiaen’s “Quartet for the End of Time”.
November 2008, The Capitol Ensemble offered up a double-header of Brahms
that included the master’s “Liebeslieder
Waltzes, Op. 52” and “String Quintet in F major, Op. 88”.
also on hand for Brahms’ “Quintet in B minor, Op. 115”,
Haydn’s “Quartet in A major, Op. 20, No. 6” and Rand Steiger’s “Quintet for Clarinet and Strings”
at Los Angeles Harbor College and Pacific Unitarian Church in December
2009, he took part in the WinterMezzo series entitled
“Bandits” (presumably because the composers of the featured
pieces borrowed liberally from or paid homage to other artists). Trevor and John Novacek
performed Beethoven’s “Magic
Flute Variations, WoO 46” and they were
then joined by violinist Scott Yoo for George Sviridov’s “Piano Trio”.
Members of the
LACO descended on the Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College in Claremont on
6th March 2009 for a recital of Brahms’ “Quintet in
B minor, Op. 115”, Haydn’s “Quartet in A major, Op. 20,
No. 6” and Steiger’s “Woven
May 2009, members of the Santa Barbara Symphony shared the stage of
Fleischman Auditorium at the Natural History Museum where Trevor opened
with Bach’s “Suite No. 3 for Solo Cello” and then all
eight players performed Franz Schubert’s “Octet in F major, D.
returned to the Music on the Hill festival in the summer of 2009 when he
and bassist John M. Pellegrino interpreted the “Largo” and “Gigue” from
Evaristo Felice Dall-Abaco’s “Sonata da
February 2010, the LACO appeared at Alex Theatre
in a concert of Bach’s “Concerto in D minor for Three Violins”
and “Oboe d’amore Concerto in A major”,
Henry Purcell’s “Chacony in G minor”,
and Vivaldi’s “Cello Concerto in C minor”.
Members of the
LACO appeared on The Broad Stage at the Santa Monica Performing Arts Center
on 29th April 2010 for Brahms’ “Piano Quartet in G
minor, Op. 25” and Arnold Schoenberg’s “String Trio for
Violin, Viola and Cello, Op. 45”.
March 2011, they were back on The Broad Stage for Bruce Adolphe’s
“Self Comes to Mind” and Beethoven’s “Septet in E
flat major, Op. 20”.
harpsichordist Patricia Mabee and violinist Julie
Gigante celebrated their anniversaries with the
LACQ with a recital at the Hancock Park Residence of Consul General of
Belgium on 28th October 2011. The evening included music of Arcangelo Corelli, Loeillet
de Gant, Steve Goldstein, Jean-Marie Leclair, and
Francesco Maria Verancini.
February 2012, the Pasadena Symphony appeared at Ambassador Auditorium
where they performed the “Piano Concerto No. 5” (“Egyptian”)
by Camille Saint-Saens, with Esther Keel at the keys, the “Polovtsian Dances” from Prince Igor by Alexander Borodin, and Scheherazade, Op. 35 by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
In spite of a
busy performance schedule, Trevor has managed to amass an impressive
discography. Recordings on
which he appears include: Amparo by
Dave Grusin & Lee Ritenour;
Fax It! Charge It! Don’t Ask Me What’s for
Dinner! by Four Bitchin’ Babes; Full Circle by Boyz
II Men; The Greatest Love Songs of
All Time by Barry Manilow; Out of This World by Maureen
McGovern; Quiet Nights by Diana Krall; The Real
Thing by Vanessa Williams; Second
Chance by El DeBarge; Serenada Schizophrana by Danny Elfman; Songs of
Sinatra by Steve Tyrell; Thanks
for the Memory: The Great
American Songbook, Vol. 4 by Rod Stewart; A Time for Love by Arturo Sandoval; and, Ultimate Mancini by Henry Mancini.
He can also be
heard on the soundtracks of Angels
& Demons, Constantine,
Elektra, Fantastic Four: Rise of
the Silver Surfer, Gigli, He’s
Just Not That Into You, Inside
Man, The Last Samurai, Million Dollar Baby, National Treasure, Passionada, The Rite, Sin City,
Spider-Man 2, The Taking of Pelham 123, Unfaithful, War Horse, and X-Men: First Class.
In the field
of music education, he has served as a teaching assistant at The Juilliard