- Graduate Studies, Music Studies (Dance), Music Theory and Analysis
David Wallace On the Web
Performances with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Teaching Artist Ensemble of the New York Philharmonic, N.Y. Viola Society, Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival. Solo broadcasts: CBS-TV, ABC-TV, NHK-TV, K-TV, PBS-TV, NPR, WQXR. Recordings, tours with the Doc Wallace Trio. Composer of solo, chamber, electronic, and theatrical works. Workshops for Tanglewood Music Festival, League of American Orchestras, Young Audiences, Chamber Music America, Pittsburgh Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Manhattan School of Music, and the Academy. First recipient, McGraw-Hill Companies' Robert Sherman Award for Music Education and Community Outreach. Author, Reaching Out: A Musician's Guide to Interactive Performance (McGraw-Hill). Lead writer/editor, New York Philharmonic Special Editions for Teachers series. Alternative Styles column editor, Journal of the American Viola Society. Teaching artist faculty, New York Philharmonic, since 1997; Lincoln Center Institute (1997-2003); teaching artist-in-residence, Hudson Valley Philharmonic (1999-2004). Affiliate artist faculty, Sarah Lawrence College (2000-01); viola faculty, Nyack College, since 2009; faculty, Mark O'Connor Strings Conference, since 2002.
Degrees and Studies
B.M., U. of Houston; M.M., Mannes College of Music, with Mannes Performance Award; D.M.A., The Juilliard School, awarded Richard F. French Prize; assistant to Karen Tuttle.