“Versatility. I think that’s a key component to just being a musician in general. Being able to channel all these different areas of music.” – Trevarri Huff-Boone
Trevarri Huff-Boone is a Shreveport, LA native who moved to New Orleans in 2013 with the goal of pursuing music. He enrolled in Loyola University’s music program, graduated and is currently chasing a master’s at UNO.
With influences rooted deep in jazz, citing John Coltrane or Tim Warfield, Huff-Boone developed his craft by roaming the New Orleans eclectic jazz scene — turning down a run at Berklee in the process. Among the musicians who have helped him get to where he is are Delfeayo Marsalis who mentored him early on, Tony Dagradi at Loyola, Wess “Warmdaddy” Anderson, or Jesse McBride with his Next Generation weekly gathering at Prime Example.
With his personal project Trevarri, one that is crowded with young New Orleans talent the likes of pianist Oscar Rossignoli, drummer Willie Green III, bassist Taylor Mroski among others, Huff-Boone released his second studio effort, “The World Is Yours, Part I.” The band presented Huff-Boone’s new original compositions at the Jazz Museum on Friday, September 21, 2018.
More music and information can be found on www.trevarri.com.