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
William Grossman (1947-2010), received two degrees in computer science from MIT, S.B. (1969) and M.S. (1971). He was active as a pianist, French hornist, conductor and arranger in the MIT Symphony Orchestra, Concert Band, Festival Jazz Ensemble and the Musical Theater Guild. After studies at the Manhattan School of Music and New England Conservatory, he became a well regarded conductor, arranger, editor and rehearsal pianist for Broadway Theater productions in New York. He also was involved with training of orchestral conductors at The American Symphony Orchestra League’s conducting seminars.