At Loyola we train artists! Students can study all aspects of music performance -- classical and jazz, opera and chamber music -- as well as music education, music therapy, music industry, graphic design, sculpture, drawing, painting, acting and stagecraft. The College of Music and Fine Arts prides itself on the relationship between its faculty and students and its comprehensive array of opportunities for performances, exhibits, and ensembles which afford students the opportunity to present their work on a consistent basis. Individual instruction and small classroom sizes enable us to place a strong emphasis on each young artist, educator, or therapist. Read more about the College of Music and Fine Arts »
Fresh off the heels of a successful season debut, the New Orleans Opera Association once again enlists Loyola University New Orleans students and alumni for its upcoming production of Benjamin Britten’s opera “Noah’s Flood.”
Loyola University New Orleans art and design instructor Christopher Deris will unveil new artwork this weekend at an opening reception for his new exhibit, “The Soul Silently Fidgets.” The reception is Saturday, Oct. 12 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Antenna Gallery, 3718 St. Claude Ave. in New Orleans.
Anne Chabreck ‘02 (music performance), was named “One to Watch” by New Orleans CityBusiness.