Dear louie

In the 1930s south, a humble railroad worker with plans to get married in Louisiana, travels for a living and is revealed to have a double life with a second family in Florida. What he doesn’t realize is that his fiancee also has a lover who is white.

Trey Walton, Composer & Librettist

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Trey has been performing and composing music since the age of twelve years old. He studied at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts as tuba performance as his concentration.

Dear Louie  The Proposal

Curator discussion

with Michael Morgan, Mark Streshinsky & Jonathan Khuner

Artist Interviews: Dear Louie

InFocus Issue 14

Dear Louie

Get to know them: First Opera Stories

previous work samples

Composer trey walton introduces the introduction of "Dear louie"

Composer trey walton introduces scene one, act one

from "Dear Louie"

Composer trey walton introduces scene two, act one

from "Dear Louie"

Audio from the introduction of "Dear louie"

audio of scene one, act one from  "dear louie"

audio of scene two, act 1 from

"dear Louie"

trey walton Bio:

Based in Washington, DC Ronald Art Walton III, or “Trey” has been performing and composing music since the age of twelve years old. He studied at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts as tuba performance as his concentration. Ronald is a multi-instrumentalist, conductor, composer, and arranger whose works have been showcased from the Kennedy Center, recital halls, and churches all over the east coast. His versatile skills consequently make him one of the most sought after musicians in the DMV area within many musical genres.