CLASSICAL AND ELECTRIC GUITARIST TREVOR BABB WILL PERFORM LIVE IN CONCERT AT BLUEFIELD COLLEGE, APRIL 16.
The concert will feature a variety of works for both classical and electric guitar. In fact, Babb actively composes and performs his own music. He has performed and competed throughout the United States to critical acclaim. In 2012, e received a Fulbright Award and won back-to-back Second Prizes in the Denver Classical Guitar Competition.
Babb performs both as a soloist and a chamber musician with the Yale Recital Chorus and Orchestra, Ossia New Music, the Apeiron Ensemble, and on Rochester, New York’s public radio station, WXXI. In November 2010, he performed on the Yale in New York concert series at Carnegie Hall.
With a bachelor’s degree in music performance from the Eastman School of Music and a master’s degree in music from the Yale School of Music, Babb has given premiere performances of pieces by Nicolas Bolens, William Gardiner, Justin Hoke, and Eugene Astapov. His principal teachers have been Nicholas Goluses, Benjamin Verdery, and Dusan Bogdanovic.
Babb’s April 16 concert at Bluefield College is open and free to the public. For more information, email [email protected] or call 276-326-4212.