Watkin, Trevor

Trevor Patrick Watkin has been teaching for over 17 years, maintaining an active teaching studio both privately and through Access Contemporary Music, with students in the areas of flute, voice, piano, and music theory/composition.

He is the composer-in-residence with the Right Brain Project, for whom he has provided music direction, sound design, and incidental music since 2010, and has also provided original music and/or sound design for the Theater RED, the side project, Infamous Commonwealth, and Dream Theatre, with whom he received a Joseph Jefferson Award for his original score for The Black Duckling.

Outside of theatre, Trevor performs with the Chicago Choral Artists, Palomar Ensemble, and is a founding member of the Gillespie Chamber Quartet.