Achievements

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

Art Alumna Elizabeth Bick wins Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers

Photographer Elizabeth Bick '03 was recently selected as the winner of the Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers, a nationally-recognized award for photographers on the leading edge of their field but who have not yet had a solo museum exhibition.

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Loyola Students Perform at the House of Blues

Pop/Com students perform at the House of Blues

Pop and Commercial Music student ensembles perform to a packed audience at the New Orleans House of Blues

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Loyola Singers selected to the Chautauqua 2016 Opera Young Artist Program

Kameron Lopreore '16 and Spencer Reichman 17' will perform in the oldest continuously operating summer company in America.

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Faculty Present at 2017 JEN Conference

Dr. Nick Volz

Professors John Snyder, Billy O’Connel, Kate Duncan and Nick Volz present at the 2017 Jazz Education Network Conference

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Jazz Professor receives Award from Offbeat Magazine

Jazz Drummer and Loyola Alum Johnny Vidacovich receives Lifetime Achievement in Music from Offbeat

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Art Department chair to give a lecture at the American-Italian Culture Center

Fr. Gregory Waldrop, S.J., will present "Lowlife/Highbrow: Caravaggio, Bernini, and the Art of Baroque Rome."

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Resident Artist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg interviewed on WWNO

Violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg interviewed by Gwen Thompkins on Music Inside Out

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Kerry Cahill '05 Stars in Southern Rep's GROUNDED

Alumna Kerry Cahill (‘05) returned to the Loyno stage this fall to perform in Southern Rep’s, Loyola’s resident theatre company, production of GROUNDED. Cahill starred as an Air Force pilot whose career is ended due to her unplanned pregnancy.

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Dr. Horne presents at Beethoven Symposium

Photo of William Horne

Music faculty member Dr. William Horne presents at Boston University.

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Dr. Kathleen Murphy to present at World Congress of Music Therapy

Dr. Murphy will present two sessions in Tsukuba, Japan

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