Our Music Director
Trinity church has a history of fine music in its worship celebrations. Our choral repertory spans centuries and is enriched by robust hymn singing and organ music played on our exceptionally fine instrument.
You are invited to join us in the music making at Trinity church. Music is a vital part of our liturgies, enriching our worship, providing an opportunity to express our joy in God’s love and grace, and providing solace in times of sadness. We think you’ll enjoy being a part of our community of faithful music makers.
Mr. Wallace has enjoyed a rich and rewarding career as a pianist and composer. He has concertized nationally as a soloist, and has performed, composed and arranged music for ballet companies, theatres, schools and churches. Additionally, Mr. Wallace is a private piano instructor, with over 30 years experience teaching students of all ages. He is honored to have students who have continued more intensive studies at universities and conservatories in the United States and Europe. As an accompanist, he has worked with choral ensembles and dance companies, including serving as Principal Accompanist for the Dallas Ballet Conservatory and Nutmeg Ballet and as staff accompanist for the Joffrey Ballet Workshop San Antonio. He has served as music director for theatres, including a national tour with Theatre Three, Dallas. His compositions include vocal and instrumental works.
In the summer of 2007, Mr. Wallace opened studio 59 in Torrington, CT, an intimate venue for live performances of classical, jazz and world music. His first recording, A Gift and The Desire, was released under his recording label, AlbaRose Recordings, in 2010. In the fall of 2008, he founded the Alexandre School of Piano, dedicated to excellence in the teaching and performance of piano, and only piano.
Currently he serves as Music Director/Organist at Trinity Episcopal Church in Torrington, CT, and accompanies dance at the Hartt School in Hartford, CT.
Mr. Wallace is a member of the American Guild of Organists, the Royal Canadian College of Organists, and a performing member of the improvisational group Improvelocity, Boston. He is additionally on the Baldwin Roster of Artists.