Associate Professor of French Horn

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Dr. Jeb Wallace serves as Associate Professor of Horn at Wichita State University and as Principal Horn with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. An active chamber musician, he is a member of the Wichita Brass Quintet, Lieurance Woodwind Quintet, and Inverness Chamber Players. He has performed with a variety of important ensembles including the American Symphony, Utah Symphony, Colorado Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, New Haven Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic, Omaha Symphony, and Dallas Wind Symphony, among others. He has also collaborated with groups like Alarm Will Sound, TACTUS, Mannheim Steamroller, Josh Groban, and Music Theatre Wichita. Dr. Wallace has appeared as a soloist at numerous International Horn Society symposia, the Park City International Chamber Music Festival, Beethoven Festival, Mostly Modern Chamber Music Festival, Chamber Music at the Barn, Tidewater Brass Institute, and at the Calgary Hornfest. He has recorded  dozens of soundtracks for motion pictures and video games, and can be heard on the 2007 hit album “Boxer” by the acclaimed Indie rock band, The National. 

Deeply committed to educating the next generation, Dr. Wallace’s students have won positions with several professional orchestras and military bands and at many prestigious summer festivals. In 2018, Wallace was presented with the WSU College of Fine Arts Faculty Excellence Award for Special Arts Endeavors. He has presented masterclasses at Ithaca College, Arizona State University, Yale School of Music, University of California at Santa Barbara, Temple University, the Swedish National Orchestral Academy, Interlochen Arts Academy, University of South Carolina, University of Arizona, Bucknell University, University of Dayton, and many others. Previously he served on the faculty at Utah Valley University, Susquehanna University, Dickinson College, and James Madison University. He received his education at Stony Brook University (DMA), the Yale School of Music (AD), the Cleveland Institute of Music (MM), and Southern Methodist University (BM). His primary teachers were William Purvis, Eli Epstein, and Gregory Hustis.