Trey Davis is the Associate Director of Choral Studies at Louisiana State University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in choral conducting and literature and conducts the LSU Chorale and the LSU Tiger Glee Club, each of which performed recently as featured choirs under his direction at the Louisiana American Choral Directors Association annual conference.  The recipient of the Julius Herford Dissertation Prize for outstanding research in choral music, his writing has been described as “exceptional for it its level of details, insight, contextual grasp and elegance.” He has presented at state, regional, and national conferences of the American Choral Directors Association, for the Louisiana Music Educators Association, for the Texas Music Educators Association, and for the international conference of the College Music Society in Stockholm, Sweden and Helsinki, Finland. In 2020, he will be a featured presenter at the World Symposium on Choral Music in Auckland, New Zealand.

Dr. Davis is the founder and conductor of Red Shift, the premier professional choir of Louisiana, which was honored with an invitation to perform at The College Music Society National Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. Dr. Davis completed graduate studies in choral conducting at Texas Tech University and Westminster Choir College of Rider University and holds a degree in music education from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.