Watkin, Trevor Patrick

Trevor Patrick Watkin has been teaching at Access Contemporary Music since 2013, where he teaches woodwinds, piano, voice, composition, and the bi-annual Film Scoring Class. He performs with Origin of Animal, Palomar, and is a founding member of the Gillespie Quartet. Trevor has written scores for the short films Liminal, My Son Thomas, and Blackout Roulette, and recently conducted the score for Dreaming Grand Avenue, composed by Seth Boustead. He is a past composer-in-residence with the Right Brain Project, visiting lecturer in composition at Houghton College, and is a past recipient of the Jeff Award for his score for The Black Duckling.

Past commissions from ACM’s Sound of Silent Film:

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