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Wielding a handsomely sincere voice and a fearlessness in expression, Trevor Martin is praised for his “classically-trained baritone, perfect for the Golden Age of musical theater.” His training, charisma, and adaptability garner a unique cross-genre appeal and make him a fan favorite on stage in plays, musicals, operas, and concerts, as well as on the small screen. This season’s engagements include the role of Captain Georg von Trapp in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music on the Broadway Asia Tour and Joe in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard with Music Theatre of Connecticut.

Last season, Mr. Martin took part in ZACH Theatre’s production of The Sound of Music as Captain von Trapp, performed the role of Anthony in End of the Rainbow with Revival Theatre Company, performed the role of Bob Wallace in White Christmas at the Jennie T. Anderson Theater, donned roles in See What I Wanna See with Arc Stages, and performed Riff in Opera San Jose’s West Side Story. Favorite engagements include the title role in Sweeney Todd, Beast in Beauty and the Beast, Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls, Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore, and Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, at theaters such as: Sharon Playhouse, Wolfbane Productions, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, and Seagle Music Colony.

Martin’s high-level of musicianship makes him a first-choice for composers of new works. He originated roles in a variety of premieres including: Muse in When Adonis Calls with Asheville Lyric Opera and Mark Twain in TESLA with SoBe Arts. With Fort Worth Opera, Martin covered the title role in JFK and Victor in Buried Alive, and he created the Baritone roles in Voir Dire. The original cast recording of Voir Dire was released in August of 2020, on RedHouse records. Martin has also participated in workshops and readings of new works, both in opera and musical theater. Namely creating the role of John in a new opera entitled House of Legendary, which has been workshopped with the American Opera Project, with an intended premiere in 2021. Other notable workshops include: the role of Frederick/Hans Kattle in The Sorrows of Frederick, Python Hunter/Male Ensemble in The Night Falls, Enkidu in Gilgamesh, and Earl in Pure Country.

Trevor’s work as a concert and cabaret soloist earns him critical acclaim with ensembles throughout the U.S. such as: Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Échappé, Norwalk Symphony Orchestra, Barry University Chorale, Southern Crescent Chorale, and Opera North.

An accomplished and versatile actor, singer, and musician, Trevor was a winner in the prestigious Lotte Lenya Competition sponsored by the Kurt Weill Foundation in 2019 and has been selected as a quarterfinalist for the American Traditions Competition, which will be held in the Winter of 2021.

Trevor is proud to support many social justice reform organizations, currently serving on the board of multiple Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committees for different theaters, and is committed to these ideals in all aspects of the theater and academic worlds. Trevor earned a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Georgia Southern University before graduating with a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the esteemed Moores School of Music at the University of Houston.




"...sings with great lyricism..." – Opera News

Voir Dire – “Baritone Trevor Martin, as the abject Professor Milton, sings with great lyricism and maintains an analytical, articulate tone in his self-annihilating exploration of how he fell into his disgraced state.”


"...a forceful portrayal..." – The Column

Carmen – “Trevor Martin sang a forceful portrayal of Morales the officer.”


"...rare classically trained heroic baritone..." – The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music

Lotte Lenya Competition 2019 – “Martin was described by the judges as ‘a rare classically trained heroic baritone, perfect for the Golden Age of musical theater” who presented “risky repertoire… and made solid acting choices.’ “


"...wows with feeling..." – Dallas News

Mame – “Operatically trained baritone Trevor Martin … wows with feeling as the grown up Patrick.”


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