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Bianca Wallace
Bianca Wallace




Bianca Wallace is from Indianapolis, Indiana. She has over 10 years of experience in the color guard activity as a technician, director, and caption head.

Inspired by her sister’s involvement in guard, Bianca decided to audition and began her journey performing at Ben Davis High School from 2006 to 2010. She had the opportunity to compete with their program in many ISSMA, BOA, IHSCGA, and WGI events and contests around the Midwest and was a BOA Grand National Finalist in 2008, and placed 2nd at IHSCGA A Class State Finals in 2010.

After high school, Bianca continued her guard career, performing with O2 (2012-2015) and Onyx (2016) in Independent Open (2012) and World Class (2013-2016) and was awarded WGI IO Champion (O2, 2012) and WGI IW Bronze Medalist (Onyx, 2016). During her time with the O Foundation, she began her journey as a color guard educator with several groups in Indiana.

In the winter of 2017, she became the Color Guard Director at Franklin Central High School (IN). At FC, Bianca achieved IHSCGA Regional A Class Champion and WGI Indy Regional A Class Champion in 2019, before moving to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she had the opportunity to work with Broken Arrow Guard and start her career in esthetics and massage therapy.

Bianca is the Color Guard Supervisor at Legends Drum and Bugle Corps. She took this opportunity in 2018, after teaching on guard staff as the movement technician. Legends was awarded DCI Open Class Silver medalist in 2019, under Bianca’s direction.

2022 is Bianca’s second year on Summer Symposium Color Guard faculty with Music For All.