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Trevor Freed 

Piano Teacher


My Story

Trevor Freed holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music in Science & Technology from Stanford University, a Certificate in Guitar Performance from Musicians Institute, and is currently a Masters student at the University of Denver. At the University he serves as a teaching assistant for Kristin Taavola, music theory professor at the University of Denver Lamont School of Music.


Trevor’s first love was the piano. He has been studying and playing piano for over 20 years. His current teachers are David Hanson and Eric Gunnison, and his former teachers include Timothy Zerlang, Joan Bujacich and Diane Moser. Trevor’s favorite classical composers are Liszt, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, Chopin, and Beethoven. In recent years, he has also studied tonal theory, acoustic physics, composition, folk songwriting and jazz harmony. 


Originally from Montclair, New Jersey, Trevor is committed to fostering curiosity and learning through music. He encourages his students to ask a million questions, and to find the music that speaks most deeply to them.

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