Bruce is a zealous guitarist right from his childhood. Although belonging to a non-musical family, he has always shown his keen interest in a musical career.
He grew up listening to and experiencing some of the finest guitarists, composers, and musicians around, whether through his supportive parent’s recurrent collaborations with musicians such as John Mclaughlin, or through this friends’ desire to attend live shows such as of Daniel Lippel and Kamil Strudziński.
Since the school times, he has been learning the art of playing not only the guitar but also the piano. However, his inclination has always been towards a guitar master. During his teenage days, he attended the two to three schools of music to study composition. Post this learning, he has been performing professionally but with his own musical style.
In the early days of his career, Bruce performed with guitar and piano in a local event. However, his highlight performances include esteemed tours to U.S.A., U.K, Singapore, Australia, Spain, Germany and to special but global celebrations such as the Jazz festival of Brazil and Belgium.
The Journey as of a Performer and a Composer
With the mindset of being an elegant connoisseur when it comes to performing with any band, Bruce has proven himself as one of the most prolific performers and composers for solos, chamber music, and songs with a musical guitar.
He is currently focused on solo performances of the collection he has known and treasured since decades along with his new compositions.
Wallace plays and sings the classical works of European and American artists to show his honor and love and performs his own stimulating guitar solos and songs. Solos and songs fill around seven CDs with the tag of Gyre.
He has composed more than 75 songs in cycles and with verses and rhymes from different ancient and modern sources.
Bruce has been a member of Flexible Music since 2004 and the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) since 2008. He has worked closely with several renowned composers such as John Zorn, Marty Friedman, and Mario Davidovsky.