Index of interviewees

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Photo Name MIT Affiliation Music/Professional Work Interview Dates

John Bavicchi

MIT student, Business and Engineering, 1940-1942 Composer, conductor; Professor of Music, Berklee College of Music

David Bondelevitch

MIT B.S. Film/Video Production, 1985; trumpet player Assistant Professor at University of Southern California School of Cinema and Television; film music & dialog editor and mixing engineer

Claude Brenner

MIT B.S. Aeronautical Engineering, 1947; MIT M.S.,1948; sang in the MIT Glee Club and the MIT Logarhythms President, Commonwealth Energy Group Ltd.; active in Council for the Arts at MIT
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Adrian Childs

MIT B.S. Mathematics and Music, 1994; played in the MIT Concert Band, Chamber Music Society; student composer Composer; Assistant Professor of Music, University of Georgia

Charles Yardley Chittick

MIT B.S. Business and Engineering (Course XV), 1922; MIT Mandolin Club Patent attorney

Cherry Emerson

MIT M.S. Chemical Engineering, 1941 Chemical engineer, amateur pianist; philanthropist for music at MIT
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David Foxe

MIT B.S. Architecture and Music, 2003; M.S. Architecture, 2006 Architect and composer

William Grossman

MIT S.B. 1969 and M.S. 1971 in Computer Science; active in many MIT performing groups Conductor, arranger, editor, and rehearsal pianist for Broadway theater productions in New York

Arnold Judson

MIT B.S. Chemical Engineering, 1947; MIT M.S. Organizational Behavior, 1948; pianist; active in MIT student performing groups Business management consultant; pianist; composer

Lionel Kinney

MIT B.S. Civil Engineering, 1953; active in student performing groups Engineer with Caterpiller, Inc; philanthropist for music at MIT
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Karl Kornacker

MIT B.S. Physics, 1958; MIT Ph.D. Biology, 1962; cellist; played in MITSO Professor at Ohio State University, Division of Sensory Biophysics; semi-professional cellist
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Rajesh Mehta

MIT B.S. Electrical Engineering and Humanities, 1986 Trumpet player

Richard Orr

MIT B.S., 1962; MIT M.S., 1963; MIT Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, 1973; played in Festival Jazz Ensemble Electrical engineer, jazz trombonist, composer

Robert Sprich

MIT B.S. Humanities, 1960; Music Library student assistant Professor of English Emeritus, Bentley College