Trombone | Tuba | Euphonium
A native of Old Town, Maine, Trevor began musical studies at age 10 with the trumpet. By the time he was 16, Trevor had also picked up the euphonium, and played both instruments successfully throughout high school and into college, where he also learned trombone. In 1998, Trevor began work at the University of Maine in Orono on a Bachelor of Music Education degree while playing all three of his major instruments, as well as french horn in the University’s various ensembles.
In 2001, Trevor joined U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Band, now called the Fleet Forces Command Band in Norfolk, Virginia. There, he performed on euphonium, trombone and trumpet in a wide variety of groups.
Trevor returned to the University of Maine in 2006, earning a Bachelor of Music Education in 2008, and a Master of Music in Instrumental Conducting in 2013. At UMaine, his duties have included teaching lessons to undergraduate trombone, euphonium, and tuba majors, as well as a brass methods course for all undergraduate music majors.
Trevor teaches instrumental music at Mattanawcook Academy, in Lincoln, Maine, where is directs the Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo and teaches beginning guitar. Trevor also serves as Interim Conductor of the Bangor Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Philharmonic Orchestra, and Prelude Wind Ensemble.
Trevor has had the opportunity to study with some fantastic musicians, including Brian Nadeau, Fred Heath, Dan Barrett, Douglas Winks, Lucas Richman, Doug Elliott, and Roger Behrend. Trevor has had great fortune to share the stage with such great musicians as Marvin Stamm, Michael Brecker, Bruce Hornsby, Keely Smith, Lee Greenwood, John Fedchock and Wayne Bergeron.