Chloé Trevor, Violin
Silver medalist of the 2008 Ima Hogg Competition, Chloé Trevor, is one of the rising stars on today’s international violin scene. Critics have acclaimed Chloé for her “dazzling technique”, “excellent musicianship”, “huge tone”, “poise and professional grace”, and “bold personality unafraid to exult in music and ability”. Recent performances included a tour with the Latvian Chamber Orchestra in Riga, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with the Dallas Symphony and Prokofiev’s 2nd Concerto both at Sala São Paulo in Brazil and with the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra. She went on to perform Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with the Houston Symphony, opened the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra’s 2010-11 season with the Barber Violin Concerto, and the Missouri Symphony’s “Hot Summer Nights” 2011 Opening Gala with the Brahms Concerto. In 2013, Chloé was a guest soloist with the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic in the Czech Republic for their annual Christmas concert.
Upcoming engagements include performances with the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra, the Jefferson City Symphony Orchestra, The New Life Symphony Orchestra, and the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, as well as her first tour of Australia in August 2015. Dedicated to music education and outreach, Chloé regularly connects with students and teachers through interactive performances, master classes, and lectures, both in person and online. With an extensive and ever-growing following via social media, Chloé enjoys spreading her message of positivity and encouragement to tens of thousands of people on a daily basis in order to influence present and future generations of classical musicians.
Chloé was introduced to the violin at age 2 by her mother, Heidi Trevor Itashiki, Dallas Symphony violinist. She later studied with Arkady Fomin, Artistic Director of the New Conservatory of Dallas. Chloé has made numerous appearances on the concert stage with her father, internationally recognized conductor and teacher, Kirk Trevor. She completed her undergraduate degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music studying with David and Linda Cerone, and her graduate degree as a scholarship student at Rice University studying with Kenneth Goldsmith.