|Title:||Dr. Jeb Wallace|
|Office:||Faculty Annex 722|
Dr. Jeb Wallace serves as Assistant Professor of Horn and Brass Area Coordinator at Utah Valley University, and maintains an active and diverse career as performer and educator. He has performed throughout the country including with numerous ensembles including the Utah Symphony, American Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, Richmond Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Boise Philharmonic, Erie Philharmonic, New Haven Symphony, and Dallas Wind Symphony among others. A member of the Alpine Chamber WInds and Utah Brass Quintet, he regularly performs chamber music across the region and has recently been featured at the Park City Spring Chamber Music Festival, Beethoven Festival, Salty Cricket Composer's Collective, Springville Art Museum, and at the Performing Arts Institute at Wyoming Seminary. Dr. Wallace is also an active member of the International Horn Society and performed as a soloist and chamber musician at IHS 44 and 45, and at the 2011 Southwest Horn Workshop. He has presented master-classes and recitals at many schools including Boise State University, Oklahoma State University, Ithaca College, University of Dayton, Utah State University, Wright State, Interlochen Arts Academy, Virginia Governor's School for the Arts, and Earlham College. An advocate for contemporary music, Dr. Wallace has collaborated with groups such as Alarm Will Sound, TACTUS, New Music New Haven, and the Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, and has premiered eleven new works featuring the horn. In addition to his duties at UVU, he serves on the faculty at the Gifted Music School in Sake City and at the Performing Arts Institute in Kingston, PA, a summer program for talented high school and college students. Dr. Wallace previously served on the faculty at Susquehanna University, Dickinson College, and James Madison University, and 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.To learn more about Dr. Wallace, please visit http://jebwallace.com.