New to Wyzant, but not new to teaching!
From North Carolina, Trevor B. first began composing during college. Trevor won the 2013 Edging the Cut competition and has been a finalist for The American Prize, ASCAP, BMI Student Composer Awards, and Tribeca New Music Young Composers Competition. He has had performances or recordings by groups such as the Cassatt Quartet, Dark in the Song, and the International Contemporary Ensemble. Trevor has had performances at several conferences including the Society of Composers Student National Conference and the NASA region IV conference. He is a recipient of the inaugural Juilliard Career Advancement Fellowship. Besides teaching and tutoring music theory in the college and precollege divisions at Juilliard, he is also a Morse Teaching Fellow, instructing several classes for underprivileged students. He is a Teaching Artist in the New York Philharmonics Bridge program for pre-teen composers. As a Gluck Community Fellow, he frequently performs in New York area hospitals, homeless shelters, and pediatric centers. Trevor B. attended UNC-Greensboro and The Juilliard School studying composition and bassoon with Robert Beaser, Mark Engebretson, Alejandro Rutty, and Michael Burns.
Skilled in Music History, Composition (Music), Ear Training, Music Production, and Music Theory. New to Wyzant, but not new to teaching!
From North Carolina, Trevor B. first began composing during college. Trevor won the 2013 Edging the Cut competition and has been a finalist for The American Prize, ASCAP, BMI Student Composer Awards, and Tribeca New Music Young Composers
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I received a Masters in Music Composition from The Juilliard School studying with Robert Beaser and Samuel Adler. I received my undergraduate degree in music composition from UNCGreensboro. I teach composition at the New York Philharmonic's Bridge program for ver young composers and teens.
I have had 4 years of intensive ear-training courses as well as a year teaching the subject as a teaching fellow. I have extensive experience with both the movable Do and fixed Do methods. I have taught privately to several age groups and different levels of difficulty, from college prep to Ear Training for producers.
I taught general music at the City College Academy of the Arts as a Morse Teaching Fellow. I also teach music at the New York Philharmonic Bridge II program. I received my master's in music composition from the Juilliard School
I have performed and taught guitar for 10 years. I Have experience in multiple genres, anywhere from classical to jazz to metal to blugrass. My expertise includes reading charts, tablature, and standard music notation. I received my Masters in Music Composition (Juilliard) and can teach all associated music theory/ear training/history as needed.
I have had 5 years of music history coursework in both my Masters (Juilliard) and my undergraduate (UNCGreensboro). I have prepped others for graduate and undergraduate placement exams. I have also taught general music history to younger students in a classroom setting.
I was a lead instructor of Music Production using Logic and Ableton at the Digital Media Academy, where I taught several courses at the University of Michigan, University of Washington, and NYU. I took several courses during my masters (Juilliard) in music production. I have extensive freelance experience in the pop, musical, film, and commercial music field utilizing music technology.
I am an assistant in a Collegiate Music Textbook division where I edit the next generation of theory/history books. I have taught music theory at Juilliard and was one of three designated Department Tutors. I have also taught at the Juilliard Pre-College, School for Strings, City College Academy, and the New York Philharmonic Bridge Program.
I have had 4 years of intensive sight singing and ear training courses as well as a year teaching the subject as a teaching fellow. I have extensive experience with both the movable Do and fixed Do methods. I have taught privately to several age groups and different levels of difficulty, from college prep to Ear Training for producers.
I received my masters in music composition from The Juilliard School. I have written for the voice in various genre and capacities. I am currently signed to two separate musicals where I edit and create lyrics. My choral and vocal settings have received awards. I have also taught songwriting and beat making for producers.