Trey is the type of musician that many would say is “music genius.” As a multi-instrumentalist Trey got his start at the young age of 3 when he was first introduced to piano Alamo Music School in San Antonio, TX. At age four he joined the Yamaha Method School of Music where he studied various instruments and voice. He continued piano studies at the Yamaha Graduate Extension School until age 14, where he continuously entered and placed in Junior Original Composition Competitions around the U.S. Trey also continued with voice as a member of the world-renowned San Antonio Boys Choir with whom he toured with the Vienna Boys Choir through northern France singing in major cathedrals (i.e., Le Mont-Saint-Michel, Notre Dame, Chatre, Rouen, etc.).

Trey also studied bongo drums under the instruction of percussionist Henry Brun and opened up for Tito Puente at the Sunken Garden outdoor amphitheater at the age of nine. Trey studied Jazz piano under the instruction of world-renowned pianist, Noboku Utterback, and with Cecil Carter at the Carver Center. For many years Trey served as the youngest member of San Antonio Jazz music summer camps. And, as a piano student of the San Antonio School of Jazz, Trey opened up for Maynard Ferguson at age 15. Trey also studied Alto Saxophone under Bill Holman and guitar under Mike Brannon and with Dave Matthews, at Ramar School of Music. At age 16 Trey received a popular vote for best lead rock guitarist in the San Antonio rock scene by the local arts newspaper, The Current. Solid music theory training availed Trey the opportunity to study in the Advanced Group Music Theory Class under the direction of Mr. Merrill at York Community High School in Elmhurst, IL and to be accepted in the Elmhurst College Music Preparatory Program while still being a high school student. Trey continued with his love for music and graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA 2007 with a BA in Piano and Bass as principal instruments with an emphasis on Songwriting and Music Production. Trey has opened up for various well-known acts including Marcus Roberts and the rock group L7. Trey’s musical influences are Led Zeppelin, Beastie Boys, Beatles, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelics, and Foo Fighters, Hendrix, Coltrane, Johnny Hartman, Santana, The Who, Bon Jovi and James Brown, to name a few.


Currently Trey plays the Las Vegas and Los Angeles scene, playing guitar, bass or piano. He is able to perform solo or with a band. Trey plays a wide variety of genres from Rock to Country, Top 40, Pop, and Funk etc. and can specialize a set of music depending on the request and event.