The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.
Tony Dagradi, professor of Saxophone and Jazz Studies, writes a new book of saxophone solos.
Ann Mahoney Kadar is no stranger to professional success, but with two major motion pictures and recurring roles in three televisions series, 2016 has proven to be a particularly notable year for the returning adjunct professor.
The new Social Political Design + Narrative class at Loyola is based on the principles of experiential learning and designing for the social good.
Ashley Shabankareh ’10 (music education), M.M. ’12, was named a Top Female Achiever by New Orleans Magazine.
Daniel F. Castro ’11 (guitar performance/music industry studies) recieves International Scholarship Award from Phi Beta Kappa Alumni
A 2016 Loyola University New Orleans graduate caps off her four years in college with a special win. Abbey Furlow of Omaha created the poster selected to represent the 2016 New Orleans Oyster Festival, which took placeJune 4-5 in Woldenberg Park along the New Orleans Riverfront.
Festival audiences heard the call of the Wolf Pack as Loyola University New Orleans students, faculty, staff, and alumni continued a longstanding tradition of performing at the New Orleans Heritage & Jazz Festival.
Benjamin Benus’s essay “The Vienna Method in Amsterdam: Peter Alma’s Office for Pictorial Statistics” in the spring 2016 issue of Design Issues (published by MIT Press)
Alex Burtzos ’08 (music) graduated with a doctoral degree in music from Manhattan School of Music