Collaborating Specialist

Theo happened upon the field of architectural acoustics at a young age, and immediately dedicated himself to this outlet for his existing passions in math, physics, music, and theater. He utilizes problem solving, communication, and creativity skills enhanced by a strong education in engineering and music performance. Having experienced the impact of acoustical design in a variety of spaces, Theo is committed to learning from every project and providing excellent value to every client and user.

Do you or have you played a musical instrument? If so, which and why?

I have studied and performed to various extents on several instruments (violin, viola, trumpet, trombone, piano, guitar, and percussion). I’ve never been able to get the hang of woodwinds. Currently I sing bass with Pride Chorus Houston.

What’s the most memorable performance you have ever seen?

I can’t narrow it down past my top three (in no particular order):

An outstanding show by Mnozil Brass at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, full of musicianship and humor in a glorious space.
A breathtaking rendition of “Let it Be” by a street musician outside the Pantheon.
More recently, the first “back-to-normal” Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic concert in September 2021 – I played the first half but hearing my colleagues again from the audience in the second half (Beethoven’s “Eroica”) was deeply moving.

Zach Glick


  • B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, May 2022 from Carnegie Mellon University
  • B.F.A. in Trumpet Performance, December 2022 from Carnegie Mellon University


  • Acoustical Society of America / Member