Albert L. Travis, Congregational Project Consultant
Dr. Albert L. Travis joins Stoker Resources Group as a a congregational project consultant in the areas of organ and worship consulting.
He has taught at Fort Worth's Southwestern Seminary since 1977 and has also served as organist at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth since 1978.
At Broadway Baptist Church
, Dr. Travis
plays the Rildia Bee O'Bryan Cliburn Organ, Casavant's largest installation.
Dr. Travis has served as Regional Councillor for Region VII for the American Guild of Organists from 1992 to 1996.
maintains an active schedule as hymn festival leader, improvisation workshop clinician, arranger, and composer.
Dr. Travis has degrees from Oklahoma Baptist University, Syracuse University, and the University of Michigan.
In addition to teaching as his
main focus, Dr. Travis
has spent four sabbatical years studying improvisation, composing, arranging, and publishing.
recent publications with Morning Star Music Publishers
include a volume of postludes, a set of variations on the tune Nettleton, and a forthcoming volume of 18 hymn introductions.
has recently published choral works with Augsburg
, Morning Star Music Publishers
, and Alfred.
can be heard on a recent recording playing Jongen's Symphonie concertante and Saint-Saëns's
Organ Symphony with the Fort Worth Symphony.
also appears on two recordings of hymns festivals recorded at Broadway Baptist Church
, which are available through that church's music ministry.