Trey Anthony Flores is a composer, singer, songwriter, and activist whose passion in life is to inspire meaningful change through the power of music and art. Flores weaves stories and composes sound-worlds, sculpting narratives to explore humanity and transcendent connectivity in music. An avid believer in helping those in need, Flores uses his productions not to speak for others but, rather, to help others speak for themselves. Through the use of extensive research and inviting personalized experiences and expressions of others in his music, Flores creates a welcoming environment to further the voices of those in need. As a humanitarian and advocate for uplifting voices as well as a lover of culture, art, and history, he plans to continuously use his musical career as a platform for spreading the message of equity, diversity, and inclusion. Based in Boston, Flores has had the opportunity to collaborate and study with many professionals, organizations, and passionate individuals including artists such as Daniel Bernard Romain and the members of Fifth House Ensemble. As he pursues his Master of Music degree at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Flores is eager to continually be inspired and surrounded by extraordinary people and looks forward to working with familiar and new faces as he journeys on his mission to inspire a better world.