trevor jones - accompanist

 
 

Trevor has worked as an accompanist for a wide range of performances encompassing classical music, musical theatre, cabaret and pop / rock. He sight-reads most repertoire easily and is available to play for performances and auditions.


In 2010 Trevor was the accompanist for Annalisa Kerrigan and Robert Barbaro on the national tour of Mario Lanza: A Night To Remember.


Trevor is also a regular accompanist / improviser for Spontaneous Broadway, Impromptunes and Random Musical.


Trevor has accompanied shows for:


  1. -- Meow Meow (Noosa, 2014)

  2. -The Bad Boys of Music Theatre (A Fine Bromance, Melbourne Comedy Festival 2011, All Washed Up 2013)

  3. -Josh Piterman, Alex Rathgeber, Matthew Robinson and Chris Parker (Seriously Something, 2009)

  4. -Catherine Alcorn (The Divine Miss Bette, 2012)

  5. -Ruth Wilkin (A Little Something I’ve Been Working on, 2012)

  6. -Short and Sweet Cabaret (Official Accompanist 2009 and 2010)

  7. -The Petticoat Soiree (2009, 2011)

  8. -Reuben Krum and Cara McDonald (Be A Little Less Stupid, 2008)

  9. -Caity Fowler (Midsumma Best of the Fest 2010, Save the VCA)

 

Quotes:


“Accompanied by Trevor Jones on piano, he kept pace with Morton and, as always, never missed a beat, a note or a chance for brilliance.” Heather Bloom, Australian Stage, 2012 (Rebecca Morton, C’est Si Bon)


“ Trevor is one of those fantastic pianists who can both perform and accompany - a rare talent - and, to top it off, can match the vocal skill of the performers he is supporting.” Ian Nesbit, Theatre People (A Fine Bromance)


“... throughout the entire performance, Mr Jones was the perfect accompanist, and the timing of his sly and witty vocal interjections was equally good” Geoffrey Williams, Stage Whispers 2010 (The Truth About Fairytales)


“Trevor Jones... brings a cheeky charm and presence all of his own to the night; it’s always nice to see him” Liza Desfouli, Australian Stage Online (What Is This Thing Called Love?)