Trevor Hall is a freelance percussionist, private instructor and educator based in Sacramento. He currently serves as the percussion instructor for both Jesuit High School and River City High School. Since 2014 he has been on staff for the Cazadero Performing Arts Camp as a Percussion Instructor. In 2014 he also served as Percussion Instructor for Donner Mine Music Camp. Trevor received his M.M. in Percussion Performance from the University of Nevada, Reno where he studied with Dr. Andrew Heglund, Cody Remaklus, and Chance Utter. Trevor held a graduate assistantship working with the marching band, teaching private lessons to undergraduate percussion students and assisting in directing the UNR Percussion Ensemble. During his time at UNR, he performed with the UNR Symphony Orchestra, Percussion Ensemble, World Percussion Group, and served as Principal Percussion for the UNR Wind Ensemble. Trevor also performed with the Reno Chamber Orchestra and the Batamba Collective where the members focused on Afro-Cuban percussion repertoire along with other styles of hand drumming. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.M. in both Percussion Performance and Music Education from the Sacramento State School of Music where he studied with Dr. Daniel Kennedy and Chris Froh. During his time at Sacramento State, Trevor was a part of the Percussion Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, Gamelan Sekar Gendot, Marching Band, Indoor Drumline, and held the position of Principal Percussionist for three years with the Symphonic Wind Ensemble. While studying, he also performed for groups including Camerata California, the Placer Pops Orchestra, the VITA Academy, the Auburn Grace Community Church, Sacramento Children’s Chorus, and Sacramento Master Singers. Trevor is a member of the music fraternity Mu Phi Epsilon and the music honor society Pi Kappa Lambda. He is also a member of the honor society Phi Kappa Phi.