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Trevor Kowalski

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    Proclamation
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    Searching
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    Ice Dances
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Trevor Kowalski is a composer and pianist - as well as orchestrator, writer, arranger, and songwriter from upstate New York.
He has worked with filmmakers, singers and soloists, animators, devisers, game developers, and ensembles. Learning piano at age 6, he still writes most of his pieces at the keyboard. He incorporates driving rhythm, strong melodic development, and a sense of nostalgia into his works, as well as motives and techniques from across numerous modern genres. He draws from family, childhood, and romantic experiences, as well as nature and technology.
His first album, Piano Themes (2013), led to more mature singles and soundtracks; notably his music for Bloomsbury Theatre's London Production of "Antigone" (2017), and Streetlamp Games' puzzle-game "Cubots: The Origins" (2017), among numerous short films: Skytrain Productions' "Therapy" (2017), Lior Schinagel's "LOVE LOVE" (2017), and Annalise Lamberty's "Bottomfeeder" (2017). He is a resident composer for Mike Feurstein's DON'T WAIT ® to Unmake a Bully.
His concert works such as "Three Themes on Common Tones" (2017), "Certain Paths" (2017), and "THE WATERS" (re-released 2017) have been well-received. The latter receiving praise from leading composers around the world. Trevor has studied at Boston University, The Royal College of Music London, and New York University (and apprenticed at the University of Southern California). He was the first freshman to win Boston University's Composition Contest (2014).

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