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Guitarist Trevor Giancola is a staple of Toronto’s thriving jazz and creative music scene. He has performed as a member the Mike Murley Quartet, the Kelly Jefferson Quartet, Boptarts featuring Seamus Blake, Phil Dwyer Trio, Trevor Falls Collective, The Trevor Giancola Quartet and Trio, Josh Cole 4tet, Monk’s Music, and others. He has shared the stage with Sophie Millman, Dave Douglas, Seamus Blake, John Abercrombie, Neil Swainson, Mike Murley, Kelly Jefferson, Donny McCaslin, PJ Perry, Jim Vivian, Barry Elmes, Kieran Overs, and Pat LaBarbera, among others. Trevor has been featured on CBC Radio 1, BT Breakfast Television, and Canada AM with Sophie Millman. The Trevor Giancola Quartet showcases original music and has been performing at clubs and Jazz Festivals since 2004. Trevor received his Bachelor of Arts in Jazz Performance from TRU via Humber College and has studied with Peter Bernstein, Ben Monder, Lage Lund, Gilad Hekselman, Mike Moreno, Reg Schwager, Ben Street, Drew Gress, John Abercrombie, and other Toronto-based guitarists.
Trevor’s debut release, Fundamental, has received airplay all over Canada and the United States, as well as in Italy, UK, Luxembourg, Poland and Australia.