Scott Schilling, D.M.A.
Adjunct Instructor, Viola
M364 Creative Arts Center
Dr. Scott Schilling joined the string faculty of Wright State in Fall, 2009, as Adjunct Professor of Viola. Dr. Schilling began studying the viola at the age of 12 with Helen Martin in Pensacola, Florida. He earned degrees in viola performance from Furman University, B.M; and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, M.M., D.M.A. His primary teachers were Dr. Anna Barbrey Joiner, Dr. Catharine Carroll, and Masao Kawasaki.
Dr. Schilling has participated in music festivals in Aspen, Brevard and Rome. He also taught viola at the Furman University Band and Orchestra Camp the past two summer sessions. In 2006 he competed in two viola competitions, the IX Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition and Workshop and the Walter W. Naumburg Viola Competition. Dr. Schilling is the violist in the WSU faculty string quartet and is principal violist in the WSU chamber orchestra. He is also a violist in the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra.
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