Trevor Wye studied the flute privately both with Geoffrey Gilbert and the celebrated Marcel Moyse. He was a freelance orchestral and chamber music player on the London scene for many years and has made several solo recordings, notably on his specialist instrument, the flute d'amour, which he reintroduced in modern times.  His formative years were influenced by many players and singers, particularly Alfred Deller, Marcel Moyse and William  Bennett.
He was formerly a Professor at the Guildhall School of Music, London and for 21 years at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
      Trevor Wye is the author the famous Practice Books for the flute, which have received world wide acclaim and have been translated into eleven other languages.  More recently, his highly praised biography of Marcel Moyse was published in English and in four other languages.
During the year, he teaches at his Flute Studio in Kent, a residential course for postgraduate students, and travels throughout the world giving concerts and master classes including annual appearances in Europe, the USA and Japan. He enjoys serving on juries for international competitions, and giving recitals which includes presenting his unique Carnival Show, an hilarious recital with commentary, in which he plays on sixty different flutes.
Founder of  the British Flute Society, he was also founder and director of  International Summer School, from 1969-1988, the biggest flute summer camp in the world. He worked for some years on a flute encyclopaedia called The Fluteark which is now online: www.fluteark.com
In the past few years, he has been involved in the development of a revision to the Cooper’s Scale, know as RS 2012.
 In 1990 he  was made an  honorary  Fellow of the Royal Northern College of Music and in 2011, was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Flute Association, USA.