Lance Treviño (b. 1989)
Lance Treviño is an internationally performed classical composer and Texas native. His works have been featured in concert halls and films alike to high acclaim. His collaborations in film have brought much success, and opportunity to aspiring film makers. His most recent film, The Silence of Whitewater, swept competition in the 2011 MyState Film Festival taking more than 4 awards including most creative interpretation and best in show.
On stage, Treviño is a classically trained pianist that enjoys performing the works of Bach and Chopin in his free time. An amateur jazz pianist, Treviño has performed both locally and internationally in ensembles such as the Swingin' Aces as well as with ensembles at the University of Tasmania.
Treviño is a member of ASCAP, Pi Kappa Lambda, Phi Eta Sigma, and the recipient of the John Dickson Award for film composition.