Achievements

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

Charlotte Voelkel leads cast in Little Shop of Horrors

Theatre student Charlotte Voekel lead the cast of Little Shop of Horrors at Playmakers Theater in Covington, Louisiana, under the direction of Lynn and Randy Perkins.

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Operatic bass-baritone Norman Treigle '53 honored by the N.O City Council in naming of Plaza

Norman Treigle

The late Norman Treigle ’53 (music) was honored when the New Orleans City Council adopted Ordinance No. 29,139 to name and dedicate the square in front of Mahalia Jackson Theatre of the Performing Arts, Treigle Plaza.

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Maestro Dennis Assaf ’75 receives award from the American Association of Community Theatre (AACT)

Dennis Assaf

Maestro Dennis Assaf ’75 (music education) and the Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS) based in Metairie, La., were honored with an award from the American Association of Community Theatre (AACT).

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Alumnus and noted jazz pianist Matt Lemmler ’90 returns to campus to perform a special concert

Matt Lemmler

Alumnus and noted jazz pianist Matt Lemmler ’90 will return to campus to perform a special concert with the New Orleans Jazz Revival Ensemble, featuring guitarist Steve Masakowski, bassist James Singleton and drummer Geoff Clapp, on Saturday, June 23 at 7 p.m.

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Jamie Slomski ’95 (visual arts) wins a Daytime EMMY Award.

Jamie Slomski

Jamie Slomski '95 wins for Outstanding Achievement in Main Titles & Graphic Design.

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Invading New Orleans, Street Style

Justin Shiels

In 2009, visual arts alumnus Justin Shiels ’07 fused his passions with industry experience to launch InvadeNOLA.

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Rich Deas ’94 (visual arts) released his illustrated children’s book, Cock-a-Doodle Dance!

Rich Deas

This is Rich’s second fully illustrated children’s picture book following the success of Ten Fat Turkeys.

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Music Industry Studies student Gerald Gillum ’11 joined Lil Wayne and Mystikal for their SXSW Music Conference

Gerald Gillum

Gerald Gillum ’11 (music industry studies), a.k.a. suave rapper G-Eazy, joined Lil Wayne and Mystikal for their South by Southwest Music Conference showcase in Austin, Texas.

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The Trumpet Ensemble, under the direction of Nick Volz, D.M., performed at the 37th annual conference of the International Trumpet Guild.

The Trumpet Ensemble at Loyola University New Orleans, under the direction of Nick Volz, D.M., performed at the 37th annual conference of the International Trumpet Guild in Columbus, Ga.

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