Smith served as Adjunct Professor of Flute at Adams State University and Assistant Artistic Director for Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music Flute Academy. He has performed in several professional ensembles, including the Colorado Symphony, New World Symphony, and the National Repertory Orchestra summer festival. As a soloist, he has performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, with the Arkansas Philharmonic, University of Michigan Camerata Symphony Orchestra, as well as other orchestras and bands.
Smith completed a Doctor of Musical Arts in Flute Performance and Pedagogy at the University of Colorado Boulder with Christina Jennings, a Master of Music in Flute Performance and a Master of Music in Chamber Music at the University of Michigan with Amy Porter, as well as a Performer Diploma at Indiana University under the direction of Thomas Robertello.
Smith studied with Ronda Mains at the University of Arkansas, where he completed a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance, Violin Performance and German language. Dr. Brice Smith is published in the July 2020 issue of the Flute View magazine, for his article “Beauty With Intention: Expanding the Wealth of Flute Repertoire.”