Artists - Trevor Pittman, clarinet
Born and raised in Lethbridge, Alberta, Trevor studied clarinet at the University of Lethbridge with Margaret Mezei, and at Eastern Michigan University with Dr. Kimberly Cole-Luevano. He is a past Fulbright scholar and has taught and performed throughout the Michigan-Ohio area.
Trevor now lives in Windsor, Ontario, where he teaches clarinet for the University of Windsor. He is a regular substitute with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and has played with many orchestras throughout Windsor and Michigan. In addition to his orchestral playing, Trevor has performed in solo and concerto concerts in both the United States and Canada. Trevor takes an active interest in new music, performing in the Windsor Canadian Music Festival for several years and commissioning new works for clarinet in chamber music situations. He currently is a member of the Noiseborder ensemble and examples of their work can be found at http://www.noiseborderensemble.com. Trevor is a member of the 4th Wall Music chamber collective and believes in creating engaging chamber music experiences for audiences in Windsor. In addition to teaching clarinet, Trevor currently works as the Concert Producer/Operations Manager for the School of Music at the University of Windsor.