Accompanist, Interlochen Arts Academy
M.Phil., History of Art, The Courtauld Institute, University of London; B.S., Music and Humanities, University of Evansville
A native of western Kentucky, Mr. Wallace has specialized in working with dancers and vocalists for more than 30 years, both in the US and in the UK, playing for teachers from New York City Ballet and The Juilliard School, from The Royal Ballet and The Royal College of Music, and from many other major companies, conservatories and universities. He has long been interested in cultural history and the close relationship of different art forms, and uses his art history degree on a daily basis in coaching young musicians. Over his long time at Interlochen, he's played for almost every instrument, but has a particularly close relationship with the oboe, bassoon and cello. In the summer, Mr. Wallace works in Taos, NM.