The choral program at Loyola University New Orleans has a long and illustrious history. Previous conductors include Mel Ivy, Larry Wyatt, and Steven Edwards; Dr. Meg Frazier has been Director of Choral Activities at Loyola since 1998. Under her leadership, the choirs have continued the tradition of excellence, providing the University and New Orleans community opportunities to hear choral music of quality from all historical eras, focusing on sacred a cappella repertoire. The choirs make regular appearances at various events in the city, including the Red Mass, Mass for St. Patrick’s Day, and the popular Christmas at Loyola concert. The Loyola choral program provides students the opportunity to experience the beauty, artistry, and teamwork of choral singing while honing their vocal and music reading skills in a supportive and challenging setting.
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.