MIT B.S. Architecture and Music, 2003; M.S. Architecture, 2006
Architect and composer
David Foxe received bachelor’s degrees in architecture and music from MIT in 2003. From 1999 – 2003 he worked as a student assistant in the MIT Lewis Music Library. As a student he played percussion in the MIT Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, and also played piano for numerous concerts and events. His compositions include works for piano, voice, chamber groups and orchestra. He practices architecture in Boston, and continues to write music.