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Trevarri is a Shreveport, LA native that started playing alto saxophone at the age of 8. His love and appreciation of music has guided him to pursue the dream of becoming a professional musician. While in Shreveport, Trevarri won many competitions as a kid and also played with his home church choir at the age of 12. When Trevarri was 17, he released his first Christmas album entitled "My Favorite Things".
Today, he resides in New Orleans, LA having graduated from Loyola University with a major in music performance; concentration in Jazz Studies. Trevarri is now going back to school at the University of New Orleans (UNO) for his Masters in Music with a concentration in Jazz. Trevarri has had the privilege, so far, of performing along side Jazz greats such as Chico Hamilton, Donald Harrison, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Tom Browne, Stephanie Jordan, Evan Christopher, Victor Goines, Delfeayo Marsalis, Ellis Marsalis, Rufus Reid, and many more.
Trevarri has performed at the notable Essence Festival with big musical celebrities such as P. Diddy and Solange. You can also find Trevarri playing saxophone in the notable New Orleans Jazz Orchestra (NOJO), led by jazz drummer Adonis Rose. He is also the bandleader of his group "Trevarri" based in New Orleans. Trevarri has music on Spotify and iTunes, like his first album with his group "Without My Music" and his recent single "Dancing With The King".
Trevarri was recently selected to be apart of a program called "The Promising Artists of the 21st Century", which granted him an opportunity to go and perform in Costa Rica for a week. While there he performed and gave masterclasses in San Jose (Él Sotano), Limón (African Descendant Day), Cahuita (Reggae Bar), and performed/met the U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica Sharon Day.