Trevor Maloney is an award-winning classical pianist and composer. As a pianist, he was invited to give a debut performance at Carnegie Hall in November of 2011. He has won first place prizes in the 2010 Palm Beach County Music Teachers Association Scholarship Competition and the 2011 Palm Beach Post Pathfinder Scholarship in the Music-Instrumental category. Trevor was one of fifteen pianists chosen internationally to participate in the Young Artists Piano Program with the Boston University Tanglewood Institute in the summers of 2010 and 2011. While at Tanglewood, he studied with Professors Boaz Sharon, Dean of piano at Boston University, and Clara Jung-Yang Shin who teaches at the Korean National University of Arts. In January 2015 Trevor gave his debut performance as a featured soloist with a symphonic orchestra with the Dutch provincial orchestra, the Zeeuws Orkest.
As a composer, Trevor has won first place prizes in the 2010 Florida Vocal Association Composition Competition with his "Come to Me, My Love" and in the 2011 Palm Beach County Music Teachers Association Composition Competition with his setting of "The Lamb." His compositions have been performed by secondary school and college choirs in both the United States and Europe.
Trevor studied International Law and International Relations as a major and Music Composition as a minor at University College Roosevelt (UCR) in the Netherlands. While at UCR, he studied composition with the Dutch composer Christian Blaha.