Eliane Grace ’21

Eliane is a senior in Quincy House studying Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology with a secondary in Music. She began playing trumpet in the fifth grade, and her favorite memories from high school include playing trumpet in youth orchestra and various ensembles at the Eastman Community Music School. Eliane hopes to increase the accessibility of music to different communities, especially for instruments that might not be as well-known. Eliane enjoys reading, cooking, and going to concerts with friends.


Internal Outreach Chair

Allison Chang ’23

Allison Chang is currently a sophomore in Winthrop House. She is originally from San Francisco, California, and is concentrating in Neuroscience with a track in Mind, Brain, and Behavior. Allison is the Internal Outreach Chair for HARMONY Mentoring and loves being able to share the joy of music together with the HARMONY community! Outside of HARMONY, Allison is a flautist in HRO and is also involved with HCURA, HCCF, research, and other arts initiatives on campus including ARTS FIRST and HARTZ.



External Outreach Chair

  Alex Tam ’23

Alex is a sophomore in Lowell House from Phoenix, Arizona. At HARMONY, he mentors students in piano, which he began playing at age five. Alex has also sung in choirs, played violin in youth orchestras, and worked as a choral accompanist. As External Outreach Chair, Alex seeks to help more young people in Cambridge develop the tools to engage with, grow from, and love music. In his free time, Alex enjoys reading, playing tennis, painting, photography, and spending time with family and friends.



Publicity Chair

Ellen Deng ’23

Ellen is a sophomore in Mather House from Newton, Massachusetts. Ellen began playing violin at age six and continued to perform with youth orchestras and chamber ensembles in Boston. She hopes to improve access to music education for young students in the Cambridge community to inspire a love for music. In her free time, Ellen loves baking (check out @deng.thatsgood on Instagram for her creations!), reading, listening to podcasts, and spending time with friends.


Finance Chair

Kyle Mueller ’22

Kyle is a Junior in Winthrop House and concentrates in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology. He plays trombone and euphonium and is a vocalist as well. Throughout high school, he was in various music groups in and outside of school, including orchestra, jazz, and choir. Kyle hopes to help HARMONY expand their programming to help mentees become better overall musicians through increasing opportunities to new musical experiences. Outside of HARMONY, Kyle plays club volleyball, enjoys cooking, and is a member of Winthrop HoCo.