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Travis Schilling

Travis Schilling

  • Lecturer in Electric and Acoustic Bass, Music

Education & Professional History

At Carleton since 2011.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages


TRAVIS SCHILLING (Electric and Acoustic Bass) can be seen in a multitude of musical settings, including musical theater, jazz, rock and pop country, performing over 200 shows a year on both electric and double bass. Travis was one of the founding members of the Atlantis Quartet. Their first record, Again Too Soon, received strong positive reviews on both the local and national level.

As an educator, Travis has been teaching bass for over twelve years and has written his own method book, Bassic Training. Travis joined the McNally Smith College of Music faculty in 2007. Since then he has helped develop several programs, including a slap bass course and a master class series which have included such artists as Bryan Beller and Gary Willis.

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