The Metropolitan Opera bestowed its prestigious Beverly Sills Award upon Loyola University New Orleans alumnus Bryan Hymel ’01 Monday, March 25. The $50,000 prize, named after the late American artist, annually recognizes a vocalist age 25 to 40 who has appeared in a featured role at the Met.
Rev. Seán “Brett” Duggan ’77—an internationally renowned pianist and acclaimed expert on the music of Johann Sebastian Bach—returned to Loyola University New Orleans to perform Bach’s masterpiece, “The Art of Fugue.”
Gregory Agid ’09 (music), Kenner, La., nominated as New Orleans’ Best Clarinetist by Off Beat Magazine.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce the hiring of Music Therapist Alana Dellatan Seaton. Beginning February 14, 2013 her duties will include creating patient music therapy plans and working with musicians as part of the KSO’s award-winning Music & Wellness program.
Loyola alum is named Artistic Apprentice and Hartford Stage, and has his directing debut in New York City.
"Stretching the Limits: Fibers in Contemporary Painting" highlights artists who are exploring fibers-based media within the language of painting.
Carlie Trosclair '08 featured in Art Animal Magazine
Over its 13 years, Papa Grows Funk has toured extensively (even as far as Japan) and recorded a total of five live and studio albums.