Trevor with The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble
Trevor Sellman is a Music-Business professional, drummer, and percussionist currently living in Stockton, CA. Trevor Studied at Southern Oregon University's School of Business and The Oregon Center for The Arts. Graduating in 2015 with his Bachelor of Science in Music-Business with percussion being his primary instrument.
With over a decade of experience on drum kit, Trevor has performed and studied with choral composer Roger Emerson of Hal Leonard/College of the Siskiyous, Bryan Jeffs and Terry Longshore of Southern Oregon University, as well as Tom Berich of Pan USA/Southern Oregon University.
has played in dozens of ensembles in the Southern Oregon and Northern
California areas. He currently teaches private and group lessons on drum
set and is working on several music projects ranging from world music
to heavy metal.
Aside from Trevor's musical
abilities, he also has a strong background in Business. With a BS in
Music-Business, Trevor has focused on specialty areas including Digital
Marketing & Technology, Organizational Behavior, Business Strategy
& Policy, Accounting, and Business Law.
Studying under Oregon's finest business and music professionals, Trevor has gained a unique education experience which has prepared him for many musical and business ventures.
Trevor was born and raised in Mt. Shasta, CA where he fell in love with music at a young age. He began playing Alto Saxophone at the age of 10 and two years later was playing in his elementary school Jazz Band. He continued playing saxophone until the age of 14 and then decided to fulfill his original desire to play the drums. After seeing an untouched drum set in his household, originally for his little sister, Trevor moved from playing saxaphone in jazz band to playing drums in garage bands.
During High School, he played with a rock band called Stowaway, which had great local success and soon prompted the high school band teacher to ask him to play with the Jazz Band and Jazz Choir. During his senior year of high school he was hunted down by world famous Hal Leonard arranger/composer Roger Emerson, and was asked by Emerson to join the College of the Siskiyous Vocal Jazz Ensemble and Big Band Jazz Ensemble.