Trevor has been playing guitar since 1982, largely self taught, exploring rock, jazz, world and folk idioms, most recently in his award-winning band DISASSEMBLER, and DEVA, whose music has been aired on the BBC TV programmes Real Story and Panorama amongst others. In 2012 he travelled to Kenya to record and produce the forthcoming album by Kenyan musician Ayub Ogada. He has just finished initial recordings of a new duo album with Peruvian guitarist Abelardo Oquendo Heraud. In 1997 he worked with Indian percussion master Balachandar. In 1994 he co-wrote and performed music for dance/theatre project Company Skin in the acclaimed production 'G is for Gorgeous' in London at the ICA and The Place Theatre. Taught jazz by John Etheridge and John Parricelli he also studied Harmony and Composition at Morley College in London.
Trevor Warren plays a hand-crafted Clifton guitar, built by Mo Clifton of London, England.
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“Warren's striking themes and rousing arrangements lift it far above the contemporary Euro-jazz throng.” The Guardian
“..a jewel of an album..” Allaboutjazz
(Jazz Granada) 4 out of 5
John Fordham guardian.co.uk, Thursday 18 March 2010 22.20 GMT
Disassembler features the compositions of its guitarist/leader Trevor Warren and the distinctive solo voices of trombonist Annie Whitehead and saxophonist Mark Lockheart. Warren's striking themes and rousing arrangements lift it far above the contemporary Euro-jazz throng
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