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STEMArts

ON STAGE

Hopkins Center’s STEMArts

MOLLY HERRON with TIGUE percussion
& guest vocalists

 
PROGRAM NOTES

Witness the premiere of a work composed by Molly Herron in collaboration with Thayer School of Engineering—performed on instruments made by Thayer students! The third composer commissioned by the Hop’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Arts program, Herron creates music that has been called “a beautiful collusion” (Seen and Heard International) and described as “showcasing a wonderful consideration of counterpoint and sound-in-time” (I Care If You Listen). Just in time for Thayer’s 150th birthday, it’s a testimony to the creativity and innovation that link music and STEM disciplines.

INSTRUMENT DESIGNERS

Kirstyn Coxen ’19
Joshua Elliot Th’19
Lisa Je ’19
Lessley Hernandez ’20
Shaojie Jiao TH ’18
Mackenzie Kynoch ’19
Dave Lacroix ’19
Kevin Yang ’20


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Supported in part by the Barbara J. and Richard W. Couch Jr. ’64 Th’65 Hopkins Center Innovation Fund and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

 


Glycofi Atrium, Thayer School
Free, no tickets required