FULL STEAM AHEAD CONCERTPromoting Arts Education and Equal Opportunity for Girls in the World of STEAM
November 5 | 2019
Gemma New CONDUCTS
KATHARINA WINCOR CONDUCTS
Eunice Keem VIOLIN
Emily Levin HARP
Starburst for strings
Introduction and Allegro for harp, flute, clarinet and strings
Concerto in F major “Autumn” from The Four Seasons
Eunice Keem, violin and director
J. Strauss, Jr.
Symphony No. 4, “Italian”
Hosted by Matrice Ellis-Kirk and featuring the women of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Full STEAM Ahead will be a unique opportunity to hear an all-women orchestra and celebrate the role of women in classical music.
The performance will be led by conductors Gemma New and Katharina Wincor, and will feature a composition by composer Jessie Montgomery and solos by Emily Levin and Eunice Keem.
Prior to the performance join us for a panel discussion on the importance of STEAM learning.
The panel will be moderated by Dr. Anne Balsamo and will feature Dr. Nancy Bernadino, Chandra Dhandapani and Dr. Theodora Ross. The panel discussion is FREE, but RSVPs are required. Click here to learn more and RSVP.
Come early to explore how science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics come together in fascinating and unexpected ways. Interactive and unique educational experiences will be available from 6:30 PM in the lobby.
Full STEAM Ahead is an initiative designed by a small group of women business executives from Capital One, AT&T and Texas Instruments, and local Dallas leaders, to promote arts education and equal opportunity in the world of science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM). Full STEAM Ahead will build advocates for the arts, and provide girls access to and opportunities for education initiatives that integrate arts and technology.