Trevor Cook, baritone, from Clackamas Oregon, is currently a sophomore at the Eastman School of Music double majoring in music education and vocal performance. As a freshman he performed in the annual Messiah sing as the only freshman soloist and soloed with the Eastman Chorale in their performance of the St. Matthew Passion as Judas. In addition he was selected by the Eastman voice faculty to perform for a lecture at NYU's Casa Italiana, performing songs of the cialdoni as edited and reconstructed by professor of musicology Patrick Macey.
Over the past year he has been involved in Portland Oregon's Summerfest as a soloist, and has participated in a masterclass with British scholar and world-renowned collaborator Graham Johnson. Past accolades include being a featured soloist in the Oregon Bach Festival's “On the House” series and performing with members of the Oregon Symphony under the direction of Niel Deponte. His past studies have been under the direction of Soprano Lisa Mooyman and he currently studies with American Mezzo-Soprano Katherine Ciesinski.