Multi-instrumentalist Trevor Davis has performed in nearly 110 cities across the United States as a member of two national touring shows. His versatility as a musician allows him to perform in a variety of settings and styles ranging from pit work, to symphony orchestras, to big bands.
Trevor joined the music faculty at Louisiana Tech University in the Fall of 2016 as Assistant Professor of Single Reeds and Director of Jazz Activities. He is an active clinician, adjudicator, and performer. Since moving to Louisiana, he performs with the NELA Clarinet Choir, a jazz trio, The Bill Causey Big Band, and subs in the Monroe Symphony Orchestra, the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, and the South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. In the summers, he is a clarinet and saxophone performer for the New Music on the Bayou new music festival.
Originally from Delaware, Trevor has a BA from Kutztown University, a MM in Jazz Studies from Indiana University, and a MM in Multiple Woodwinds from UNC Greensboro. He continued at UNC-G and completed the DMA in Clarinet Performance where he studied with Anthony Taylor. Former teachers include Kelly Burke, Jeremy Justeson, Tom Walsh, and James Campbell.