Artists Trevor Tureski

Trevor Tureski actively promotes new composition for percussion, both as a performer and collaborator. Much of his work is concerned with developing the rapport between live performance and electronic media. He has performed as a soloist throughout Canada and Europe. His formal music studies took place at the University of Toronto with Russell Hartenberger of the ensenble Nexus, in Paris (France) with Gaston Sylvestre and at the Institute of Sonology in The Hague (The Netherlands). In 1991 he recorded Obeying the Laws of Physics, an interactive work for MIDI percussion by composer Daniel Scheidt on the empreintes DIGITALes label (IMED 9105).


Trevor Tureski

Residence: Toronto (Ontario, Canada)

  • Performer (percussion)

On the web

Trevor Tureski [Photo: Amir Gavriely]
Trevor Tureski [Photo: Amir Gavriely]
  • “Traces électro — Canada 91” tour. At The Banff Centre for the Arts. Left to right and top to bottom: Trevor Tureski, Robert Normandeau, Daniel Scheidt, Claude Schryer, Catherine Lewis, Jean-François Denis, Jacques Drouin, Pauline Vaillancourt, Alain Thibault [Banff (Alberta, Canada), March 25, 1991]

Main releases

empreintes DIGITALes / IMED 9105, IMED 9105_NUM / 1991


empreintes DIGITALes / IMED 9310, IMED 9310_NUM / 1993


Innova Recordings / INNOVA 742 / 2009
  • Not in catalogue
Various artists
Radio-Canada / ACM 37 / 1990
  • Out of print

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