Trevor Gureckis



Trevor Gureckis is an award-winning composer and producer based in NYC. His work spans film, pop and concert music genres. His music often draws on his classical and production background, fusing electronics and live instruments in unique ways.

Trevor scored the Apple TV+ series produced and directed by M. Night Shyamalan entitled Servant. The Hollywood Reporter noted, the series is “propelled by a score that goes between lullaby simplicity and experimental cacophony.” The soundtrack was released on Lakeshore Records with the second season currently in production. He composed the main title theme to Amazon’s new series Hunters, created by David Weil and produced by Jordan Peele.

Most recently, he composed the score for the BBC World Service podcast, The Bomb, which is airing now. He completed scoring Neil Burger's latest film, Voyagers, earlier this year. It will be released by Lionsgate in November 2020.

He scored the Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios film adaptation of The Goldfinch directed by John Crowley, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019. The score was critically acclaimed; described as "exceptionally fresh and disarmingly different" by The Hollywood Reporter and "stunning" by Paste Magazine.

Other notable works include; Blumhouse’s Bloodline directed by Henry Jacobson, HBO’s Vice: Raised in the System, and the EPIX’s documentary Election Day: Lens Across America.

Trevor produced the electro-pop band My Great Ghost which is featured on the Philip Glass remix album REWORK_ spearheaded by Beck. He was an executive producer of singer/songwriter Niia’s latest album II: La Bella Vita, which was released to critical success in early 2020.

His evening length ballet, Potential Energies, was premiered at BAM Fisher by composer and producer Sugar Vendil's ensemble The Nouveau Classical Project in 2014. Trevor's solo album of instrumental and electronic music entitled Corte was released on SUPERTRAIN Records in 2019.

Trevor studied composition at the Yale School of Music. His accolades include a Jerome Foundation Grant and an AMP Award. He was shortlisted for Best Original Music for the AICP Awards in 2019 and a finalist in the LIA 2016 Awards. Trevor is a co-owner and ECD of Found Objects, a NYC based artist collective.

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