Dr. Jeb Wallace serves as full-time Horn Professor at Wichita State University, and maintains an active performance schedule as Principal Horn with the Wichita Symphony and Music Theater Wichita, and as hornist with the Wichita Brass Quintet and Lieurance Woodwind Quintet . He has performed throughout the country with numerous ensembles including the Utah Symphony, American Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, Richmond Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Boise Philharmonic, Erie Philharmonic, New Haven Symphony, and Dallas Wind Symphony among others. He has presented masterclasses and recitals at the Yale School of Music, Arizona State University, Ithaca College, the Swedish National Orchestral Institute, Oklahoma State, Boise State, University of Dayton, UC Santa Barbara, and many others. Dr. Wallace been featured at the Calgary Hornfest!, Park City Spring Chamber Music Festival, Beethoven Festival, Salty Cricket Composer's Collective, Performing Arts Institute at Wyoming Seminary, and a numerous regional and international symposiums of the International Horn Society.

An advocate for contemporary music, Dr. Wallace has collaborated with groups such as the Ad-Venturi Horn Duo, Inverness Chamber Players, Alarm Will Sound, TACTUS, New Music New Haven, and the Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, and has premiered more than a dozen new works featuring the horn. He is currently recording a CD of new works for horn for Beauport Classical. He has commissioned and premiered more than two dozen new works featuring horn, working alongside composers such as Robert Bradshaw, James Naigus, Scott Wise, Warren Benson, Eric Flesher, Peter Gilbert, and many others.

Previously, Wallace served on the as Associate Professor of Horn at Utah Valley University, Visiting Professor at James Madison University, and horn instructor at Susquehanna University, and Dickinson College. He also served as Pre-College faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Stony Brook University, the Performing Arts Institute at Wyoming Seminary, the Tuacahn Music Institute, and at the Gifted Music School in Salt Lake City.

Doctor of Musical Arts, State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY, 2009
Artist Diploma, Yale School of Music, New Haven, CT, 2005
Master of Music, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland, OH, 2001
Bachelor of Music Performance, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1999

Primary Horn Instructors

William Purvis, International Recording Artist, Yale, Juilliard, and Stony Brook, 2003-2009
Eli Epstein, Member of Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Institute of Music, 1999-2001
Gregory Hustis, Principal horn of Dallas Symphony, Southern Methodist University, 1996-99

Chamber Music Instructors

Phillip Setzer, Emerson String Quartet, 2007-08
Gilbert Kalish, Chamber Music Society at Lincoln Center, 2005-06
Frank Morello, Professor of Bassoon at Yale, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, 2005-06
Ransom Wilson, Chamber Music Society at Lincoln Center, 2004-05
Claude Frank, Professor of Piano at Yale, International Recording Artist, 2005
Martin Beaver, Tokyo String Quartet, 2004-05
Professional Teaching Positions
Assistant Professor of Horn, Wichita State University 2016-present
Wichita Youth Symphony, Brass Section Coach, 2016-present
Assistant/Associate Professor of Music/Brass Area Head, Utah Valley University, 2010-16
Horn Instructor, Performing Arts Institute at Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, PA, 2013-present (summer teaching and performing position)
Brass Area Coordinator/Horn Instructor, Tuacahn Summer Music Institute, Ivins, UT 2011-13
Lecturer in Horn/Music History, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA, 2007-2010
Contributing Faculty in Horn, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, 2007-2010
Horn Instructor, Susquehanna University High School Wind Ensemble Institute, Selinsgrove, PA, 2008-10
Visiting Instructor of Horn, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, 2008-09
Brass Chamber Music Coordinator, Stony Brook University Pre-college Division, Stony Brook, NY, 2005-07
Horn Instructor, Cleveland Institute of Music Preparatory Division, Cleveland, OH, 2001-02

Selected Recent Masterclass Presentations
Yale School of Music, February 2017
Mount Royal Conservatory, Calgary, April 2015
Calgary Hornfest!, April 2015
Swedish National Orchestral Institute, Nov. 2014
University of South Carolina, March 2014
Arizona State University, Dec. 2013
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Oct. 2013
University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Oct. 2013
Performing Arts Institute, Kingston, PA, June 2013
University of Dayton, March, 2013
Wright State University, March 2013
Earlham College, March 2013
Boise State University, November, 2012
Utah Horn Club, July 2012
Utah Music Educators’ Association, January, 2012
Ithaca College,March 2011
Professional Orchestral Performance Experience (incomplete but representative list)
Wichita Symphony Orchestra, Principal Horn, 2016-present
Music Theatre Wichita, Principal Horn, 2016-present
Utah Symphony Orchestra, substitute/extra horn, 2010-present
Louisiana Philharmonic, substitute/extra horn, 2013-present
Performing Arts Institute Festival Orchestra, Principal horn, 2013-present Utah Lyric Opera, Principal horn, 2011-present
Utah Chamber Orchestra at Ballet West, substitute/extra horn, 2010-present
Boise Philharmonic, substitute/extra horn, 2012-present
North Carolina Symphony, substitute/extra horn, 2007-2012
Harrisburg Symphony, substitute/extra horn, 2007-2010
Northeast Pennsylvania Philharmonic, substitute/extra horn, 2005-2010
New Haven Symphony, Acting Low Horn, 2005-06
Richmond Symphony, substitute/extra horn, 2006-07
New World Symphony, substitute/extra horn, 2005
American Symphony Orchestra, substitute/extra horn, 2003-04
Erie Philharmonic, Third horn, Erie, PA, 2000-2003 anton Symphony, substitute/extra horn, 1999-02
Wheeling Symphony, substitute/extra horn, 1999-01

Selected Recent Solo/Chamber Music Performances

International Horn Symposium 46, Memphis, TN, upcoming in August 2013

Huntsman, What Quarry? by Simon Sargon (Contributing Artist Recital)
Canticum Sacrum by Robert Bradshaw (Feautred Artist Concert, world premiere)

Performing Arts Institute, Kingston, PA, July 2013

Triangles for Horn, Trombone and Tuba by John Stevens

Performing Arts Institute, Kingston, PA, June 2013

Quintet for Horn and Strings by Don Gillespie (world premiere)

Park City Beethoven Festival, April 2013

Quintet for Horn and Strings by W.A. Mozart
Overture for 2 Clarinets and Horn by G.F. Handel
Trio for Clarinet, Horn, and Piano by C. Reinecke

Utah Valley University Chamber Orchestra, November, 2012

Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings by Benjamin Britten

International Horn Society Symposium 45, Denton, TX, May 18, 2012.

Fantasy Sonatina for Horn and Piano by Scott Wise (

The Group for New Music, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, April 5, 2012.

Five Sketches for Brass Quintet by David Sargent (world premiere)

UVU Faculty Recital, Ragan Theatre, Orem, UT, September 9, 2011

Fantasiestuck Op.73 for Horn and Piano by Robert Schumann

Southwest Horn Conference, Phoenix, AZ, January 18, 2012.

Fantasy Sonatina for Horn and Piano by Scott Wise (world premiere)

Guest Artist, Utah State University Horn Recital, Logan, UT, December 7, 2011.

Time and Space by Richard Bissell (with Steve Park, horn)

UVU Wind Symphony, Featured Horn Soloist, April 22, 2011.

Concerto for Horn and Wind Symphony by Dana Wilson

Park City Spring Chamber Music Festival, Park City UT, April 13, 2011.

Quintet for Horn and Strings by W.A. Mozart

UVU Contemporary Music Symposium, Alpine Chamber Winds, Orem, UT, Apri 4-5, 2011.

Primary Colors by Eric Flesher (world premiere)
Music From the Pathless Woods by Scott Wise (world premiere)
Wind Quintet, Op.3 by Ann Drummond (world premiere)

Oklahoma State University, Department of Music, Stillwater, OK, March 23-24, 2011.

Performance and Masterclass: Parable for Solo Horn by Vincent Persichertti

Ithaca College School of Music, Ithaca, NY, March March 9, 2011.

Performance and Masterclass: Canons for Two Horns by B.Heiden and Parable for Solo Horn by V. Persichetti

Salty Cricket Composer’s Collective, Rose Wagner Theatre, SLC, UT, November 30, 2010.

Featured soloist: Half Moon at Checkerboard Mesa for Horn and Tape by Phillip Bimstein. (world premiere)

Educational Awards, Fellowships, and Distinctions

Recipient of Performance Enhancement Grant, UVU School of the Arts (2012)
Recipient of Performance Enhancement Grant, UVU School of the Arts (2011)
Recipient of Grant for Undergraduate Research, Utah Valley University (2011)
Co-recipient of Met-Life “Meet the Composer” Grant (2010)
Recipient of Grant for Engaged Learning, Utah Valley University (2010)
Graduate Teaching Assistant in Music History, Stony Brook University (2005-07)
Winner, Stony Brook University Concerto Competition (2007)
Fellow, Yale Summer School at Norfolk (2005)
Scholarship for Outstanding Horn Performance, Yale School of Music (2003-05)
Fellow, Sarasota Music Festival (2004)
Fellow, Music Academy of the West (2004)
Outstanding Senior Man, Southern Methodist University (1999)
Fellow, International Festival Institute at Roundtop (1998)