The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.

Loyola Opera performs live on WWL-TV

Kameron Lopreore and Haley Whitney perform live on WWL-TV

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Loyola University New Orleans Music Industry Studies Graduate Rolls Out 'Electric Girls'


Recent Alumna’s Senior Thesis Project Captures the Attention of 4.0 Schools Incubator Program

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Zach Powers '02 (jazz studies) is the winner of the fifth annual BOA Editions Short Fiction Prize for his collection, Gravity Changes.

Powers will receive a $1,000 honorarium and book publication by BOA Editions, Ltd. within the American Reader Series in spring 2017.

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Loyola welcomes Dr. Serena Weren


Loyola welcomes Dr. Serena Weren, who joins us as the newly appointed Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music.

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Alex Legge, M.M.T. ’12, publishes article in Music Therapy Perspectives

Alex Legge, M.M.T. ’12, has just published an article in Music Therapy Perspectives titled “On the Neural Mechanisms of Music Therapy in Mental Health Care: Literature Review and Clinical Implications.”

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Recent alumnus and award-winning opera singer David Castillo '10 makes national television debut on “America’s Got Talent”


Loyola University New Orleans celebrates the national television debut of award-winning opera singer and recent alumnus David Castillo, who performed Tuesday on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” as part of the newly formed vocal quartet Vox.

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Loyola University New Orleans Theatre Arts Professor Brings Shakespeare to Uganda

Through Teach and Tour Sojourners, Artemis Preeshl, Associate Professor of the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, taught master classes in speech and Shakespeare to students from Stawa University in Kampala, Uganda.

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J. Michael “Mike” Keyes ’95 (music) becomes partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group in Seattle


J. Michael “Mike” Keyes ’95 (music) has joined Dorsey & Whitney LLP’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group in Seattle as a partner.

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James “Jimmy” Elcock ’12 (music industry studies) plays for the Country Music Awards


James “Jimmy” Elcock ’12 (music industry studies) plays Country Music Awards

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Loyola students and faculty perform at early drama festival in Toronto


Eight female students and their professors explore themes of fame and virtue, gender issues in performance of traditional court masque

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