In 2016 Dr. Wallace assumed the full-time position as Assistant Professor of Horn at Wichita State University, and the role of Principal Horn with the Wichita Symphony. At WSU he maintains a horn studio comprised of undergraduate and graduate students, coaches chamber music, and is a member of the Lieurance Woodwind Quintet and Wichita Brass Quintet. Wallace also performs frequently as Principal Horn with numerous Broadway shows including Music Theatre Wichita, the National Tour of Wicked, and others..
Previous to joining the faculty at Wichita State, Dr. Wallace served as Associate Professor of Horn and Brass Area Coordinator at Utah Valley University, as Visiting Professor of Horn at James Madison University, and as adjunct horn professor at Susquehanna University and Dickinson College. He has also served on the Preparatory Division faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Music and Stony Brook University. His students have held positions with the Wichita Symphony, Boise Philharmonic, Aspen Conducting Academy Orchestra, National Repertory Orchestra, and many others. Wallace served as a contributing artist at International and Regional Horn Symposiums in Denton, Memphis, Ithaca, and at the Colburn School in Los Angeles. He is frequently invited to present masterclasses at leading universities and conservatories, and has been a guest artist/clinician at Ithaca College, Arizona State University, the Swedish National Orchestral Institute, UC Santa Barbara, Oklahoma State University, Boise State University, University of Dayton, Bucknell University, University of Virginia, and many others.
Below are some recent individual achievements in the area of horn performance:
Student Success/Solo Competitions and Professional Auditions:
Students Success/ gained acceptance to continue studies at the following institutions (incomplete but representative list):
Performing at the 2011 Southwest Horn Workshop