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Trevor Gureckis is an award winning composer and producer based in NYC.

A prolific producer, Trevor worked on Kanye West's The Life of Pablo. His synth production can be heard on the song ‘Freestyle 4 ft. Desiigner’. Trevor co-produced Caroline Shaw's cover of Kanye's 'Say You Will' which was released to rave reviews. He also produced the electro-pop band My Great Ghost which showcases singer Drew Smith, and is featured on the Philip Glass remix album REWORK_ along with Beck, Cornelius, and Amon Tobin. His numerous remixes and arrangements include artists like Philip Glass, Rufus Wainwright, Mark Ronson, Niia , Mr Little Jeans and more.

Recently, Trevor worked on Paul Dano’s directorial debut film, Wildlife, feat. Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan, with composer David Lang that premiered at Sundance 2018. A few other recent work includes:  HBO’s Vice: Raised by the System, EPIX's documentary Election Day, Wetlands feat. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Heather Graham, Rattle the Cage directed by Majid Al Ansar, and more. Rattle the Cage received its international premiere at the Dubai International Film Festival. In the past, Trevor worked as Philip Glass’s sole music assistant for years on films such as Stoker, Notes on a Scandal and Transcendent Man, performing and arranging on countless projects.

His concert music has been performed throughout the country by ensembles like the Minnesota Orchestra, American Brass Quintet and the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra. His evening length ballet, Potential Energies, was premiered at BAM Fisher in 2014 by The Nouveau Classical Project. It is a collaboration with director Sugar Vendil and choreographer Barbie Diewald.

He studied composition at the Yale School of Music. His accolades include a Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a JFund Grant, and an AMP Award. He was  shortlisted for Best Original Music for the AICP Awards in 2015 and a finalist in LIA 2016 Awards for Music Adaptation.

IMDB Profile

Email: trevor [at] gureckis.com
Emerging Properties Music (BMI)
The Something Phenomenon (BMI)
About Photo: Jason Bergman

In the Press

Top Tier Fandom: Wetlands Movie Review

Art With Watson: First Lady of the World

CBS Radio Interview: IBM Cadillac House Installation

Pregame Magazine: Creative MVP
Cornell Chronicle: Peter Gerakaris’s Tropicalia Installation
New Music Box: What Have You Been Up To?
New Music Box: Right Place, Right Time
New Music Box: Lost in Translation
New Music Box: Selling Out is Not Selling Out
I Care If You Listen: 5 Questions

Classicalite Q&A on ‘Potential Energies’
Mic.com: This Ballet Tells the Story of Our Generation
Bachtrack: Potential Energies: Where Musicians and Dancers Coexist
Den of Geek: Top 20 Sound Tracks 2013
Boing Boing: Philip Glass Machine
Filler Magazine Interview
The Fader: “Photograph” Premiere
Prefix Magazine: “Means To An End”

NYTimes: Les Poisson Rouge Review
NYTimes: Glass Chamber Players
New Music Box Review
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