The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.
Annie Halbert '11 competed in the Metropolitan Opera district auditions, ultimately advancing to the Gulf Coast regional auditions and receiving a Participation Award.
Emily C. Fransen '08 (music performance), M.M. '13, recently started a position as the director of Hall Piano Academy at Hall Piano Company
Anne Chabreck ‘02 (music performance), was named “One to Watch” by New Orleans CityBusiness.
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 junior Dianna Sanchez is one of five winners in a national Nintendo fan art competition commemorating the rerelease of “The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker” for the video game corporation’s new console, Wii U.
Carlie Trosclair ’08 (visual arts) was one of three artists selected for the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis’ Great Rivers Biennial 2014. She will receive $20,000 and an exhibit in the museum’s Main Galleries.
The Department of Theatre Arts and Dance is pleased to announce that Akeem Biggs, sophomore Theatre Arts major, has been selected to serve as the College of Music and Fine Arts Student Representative for the newly formed Academic Integrity Council.
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.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni from Loyola University New Orleans are quenching their thirst—for opera and all things supernatural—as part of the New Orleans Opera Association’s production of Heinrich Marschner’s 19th century masterpiece, “The Vampire.”