Jeb Wallace serves as Horn Professor at Wichita State University and Principal Horn with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He is also a member of the Wichita Brass Quintet and Lieurance Woodwind Quintet, and has performed throughout the country with orchestras including the American Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, Utah Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Richmond Symphony, New Haven Symphony, Boise Philharmonic, Louisiana Philharmonic, and many others. He has been featured at numerous festivals including the Park City International Chamber Music Festival, Chamber Music at the Barn, Salty Cricket Festival, Performing Arts Institute, and the Bang on a Can Marathon at the World Financial Center in NYC. As an active member of the International Horn Society, Mr. Wallace has been featured as a soloist, chamber player, and lecturer at numerous regional and international symposiums.
In addition to his classical music interests, Wallace enjoys performing in a variety of musical settings and genres. He has appeared with new music groups including Alarm Will Sound, TACTUS, and New Music New Haven, and has served as Principal Horn with Music Theatre Wichita since 2016. He performed on national tours with Josh Groban, Mannheim Steamroller, Wicked, and A Christmas Carol andcan be heard on numerous motion picture soundtracks and on the 2007 album Boxer by the indie-rock band, The National. Mr. Wallace recently released an album of solo and chamber works on Beauport Classical entitled One-way Ticket. Dr. Wallace 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.