ROCKLAND — Roy Moye III, “The Singing Engineer,” brings a high energy concert full of songs and lessons about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) to the Strand Theatre stage Saturday, May 21, at 11 a.m. As part of the Strand Family Series, tickets for the show are on a Pay-What-You-Can sliding scale of $0-20, and the concert is available to livestream.

Roy Moye III

Watch live experiments, practice solving math problems and learn STEM vocabulary all while being entertained with live singing and audience participation. Viewers will be transported to a STEM universe by the rhythms and harmonies of songs that will begin to change the narrative on how to view and learn about STEM!

A free livestreamed “Green Room Artist Chat” with Moye, hosted by Strand Education Manager Brittany Parker, will be presented Tuesday, May 17, at 6 p.m. This presentation will be available to watch on the Strand’s Facebook and YouTube pages. During the chat, participants hear about what the audience will see at Moye’s upcoming performance at the Strand, and viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions via the comment sections.

Moye, the founder of STEMusic, has been an aerospace engineer for seven years and is an accomplished singer whose performances include singing the National Anthem for multiple professional sports teams. Moye and his fellow group mates of “1 Tribe Collective” received a Grammy nomination for their children’s music album “All One Tribe.” Along with children’s music, Moye has a passion for serving youth in his hometown of Wichita, Kan. where he volunteers as a mentor in the organization Real Men Real Heroes. The mission of STEMusic, which he launched in 2019, is to inspire the next generation of multicultural STEM professionals through engaging and entertaining music.

Tickets are offered at a Pay-What-You-Can scale thanks to support from First National Bank and First National Wealth Management.

This presentation of STEMusic is funded in part by the New England States Touring program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts Regional Touring Program and the six New England state arts agencies. In-kind sponsorship has been provided by the Rockland Harbor Hotel.

For COVID safety, masks are required for those age two and older, and the audience capacity is set at 75 people (22%). More information, and tickets to see the show in-person or livestreamed, can be found at RocklandStrand.com or at (207) 594-0070. The Strand Theatre is located at 345 Main St.