About the Artist:
LINUS WANG is a senior from Palo Alto, California, majoring in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering with certificates in Engineering Biology and Music Performance. He started playing horn at age 12 in his school band. In high school, he played with the California Youth Symphony Senior Orchestra and studied with Daniel Wood. On campus, he studies with Chris Komer and plays in the Princeton University Orchestra and Princeton Camerata. In addition to playing horn, Linus also helps organize the Princeton University Science Olympiad Invitational, tutors at the McGraw Center, and is a Peer Academic Adviser. In his free time, Linus enjoys going on YouTube binges, catching up on his favorite webcomic (Order of the Stick!), or doodling around on his otamatone. Next year, he will be starting his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
ALBERT JIANG is a senior concentrating in Chemical and Biological Engineering with certificates in Neuroscience and Engineering Biology. Hailing from Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, Albert has been playing piano since age five under the tutelage of Ernest Chang — and has appeared as soloist with the Maui Pops Orchestra and the Punahou Symphony. At Princeton, Albert studies with Alan Feinberg and is Music Director Emeritus of the Princeton Pianists Ensemble, a former news editor at The Daily Princetonian, and a Peer Health Adviser.