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Abraham Wallace holds Bachelor’s degrees in piano (BMA ‘18) and Geophysics (BS ’18) from the University of Oklahoma. He completed a Master’s degree in pipe organ performance at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music (’21) and is currently doctoral candidate in the same field at the University of Michigan. He has served various different churches in the capacity of organ scholar, chorister, and director of music, notably as the Edwards Organ Scholar at St. John's Episcopal Church (Detroit, MI) under the direction of Dr. Huw Lewis. In 2023, he was selected to be the AAM Gerre Hancock Organ Scholar at St. George’s Episcopal Church (Nashville, TN) for the 2023 – 2024 choral season.  In his spare time, Abe likes to read, bake sourdough bread, and make coffee.

Wallace is active as a collaborative keyboardist. Some musical highlights from the last few years include performing the Durufle Requiem (Organ and Orchestra) with the choir of St. George's Episcopal Church, and commissioning and performing an organ suite by Ethan Haman as a part of the 2021 American Guild of Organists Student Commissioning Project. He has played continuo (harpsichord and organ) for various early music projects, including accompanying instrumentalists and vocalists at the Baroque Performance Institute in Oberlin Ohio, and playing continuo with the Detroit Medical Orchestra and the Choir of the Episcopal Cathedral Church of St Paul in Detroit. He has recently played solo recitals at St. George's Episcopal Church, Christ Church Cathedral (Nashville, TN), and St. Thomas 5th Ave (New York, NY).

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