The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.
Loyola Theatre Alum Ian Hoch '06 is featured on the cover of the November issue of American Theatre magazine.
Dr. Kathleen Murphy publishes article in Nordic Journal of Music Therapy.
Antonio García (B.M. '81) was promoted to Professor of Music at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he has served as Director of Jazz Studies since 2001.
The Times Picayune profiles Mark Anthony Thomas '17 and two of his family members, Myron Thomas and Big Sam Williams of Big Sam's Funky Nation.
Brittany Schaubhut '19 won this year's Senior Talent Competition at the 94th Annual Convention of the Louisiana Farm Bureau. She sang a piece from the comedic opera, Pirates of Penzance.
Loyola Department of Art faculty Karoline Schleh and John Seefeldt have created a new collaborative interactive installation for exhibition at the Alexandria Museum of Art
Offbeat Magazine profiles Loyola performance series.
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.