Airman First Class Sally Tepper is a native of Hollywood, Florida, and is currently finishing her Bachelor of Music degree through Baylor University. A1C Tepper won her position with the USAFA Band in the fall of 2017, and she currently performs with the USAF Academy Band Falconaires, the Concert Band, and the Marching Band.
A1C Tepper is a versatile musician with experience in multiple genres. During her time at Baylor University, A1C Tepper was a member of two trumpet ensembles that went on to take 1st Place in the National Trumpet Competition collegiate division in 2015 and 2018, as well as an undergraduate solo finalist in the NTC Solo Competition in 2017. A1C Tepper was also a 2017 National Orchestral Institute Fellow who performed on their Grammy-nominated album, “Harbison, Ruggles & Stucky: Orchestral Works,” and was a featured flugelhorn soloist when she marched with the Boston Crusaders in 2014.