Lance Treviño (b. 1989) is an internationally performed classical composer and Texas native. Having got his start in the contemporary concert music world, his works have been featured in both concert halls and films alike to high acclaim. Lance began his tutelage at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas under the direction of Dr. Stephen Lias. During his junior year of college study, he took to studying abroad in Hobart, Tasmania at the UTAS Conservatorium. There he shifted his interests to film scoring after learning first hand the magic that music can add to motion picture. His first student collaboration, The Silence of Whitewater, swept the MyState Film Festival winning the grand prize of Best Film. Music played a tremendous role in this film as it had virtually no dialogue! After this first foray into film, Lance was hooked and subsequently put all of his resources into honing his skills as a Film Composer. Since then, Lance was accepted to and graduated from the University of Southern California’s Film Scoring Program, SMPTV, under the instruction of many industry greats such as Bruce Broughton, Eric Schmidt, and Patrick Kirst. Lance is currently working professionally in Los Angeles. His latest work has can be heard on AMC's The Walking Dead, Netflix's Chef's Table , and on Disney XD’s Beyblade Burst Evolution, to which he contributed over 30 minutes of original score.