Trever R. Famulare is Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands at Shippensburg University. Mr. Famulare joined the faculty in the Fall of 2001 and is integrally involved with the instrumental music program at the university. He is the director of the "Red Raider" Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Brass Chamber Ensemble, and teaches various academic courses within the Department of Music and Theatre Arts. Mr. Famulare also serves as the advisor for Shippensburg's Lambda Delta chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi, a national band service fraternity. In 2002, he reorganized and currently performs across the region in the Cumberland Brass Quintet.
Mr. Famulare has been distinguished as an honorary member of the Syracuse University's Eta Alpha chapter of Tau Beta Sigma, a national band service sorority and Shippensburg University's Lambda Delta chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi. He also has professional membership in several musical groups, including the Music Educators National Conference, the New York State School Music Association, and is the current President for the Pennsylvania Collegiate Bandmasters Association.
A New York native, Mr. Famulare received his Bachelor's degree from the College of St. Rose, and earned his Graduate degree from Syracuse University. Prior to his appointment at Shippensburg University, he successfully served as a public high school band director for 13 years in central New York. Mr. Famulare also served as a special consultant to the "Pride of the Orange" Syracuse University Marching Band for several years. In addition, he continues to actively serve as guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator at festivals across the eastern region.
He lives in Shippensburg, PA with his wife Marybeth and daughters Alana and Hannah.