Faculty Achievements

Music faculty member's research celebrated by a concert.

A concert will celebrate Professor of Music History Valerie Goertzen's volume of Brahms research.

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Quiana Lynell Wins the International Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal Competition

Quiana Lynell Wins the International Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal Competition!

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Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition: The Sassy Awards

Quiana Lynell has been selected as one of five finalists in the INTERNATIONAL Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal Competition next weekend, which takes place in conjunction with the James Moody Festival

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Karoline Schleh & Bradley Sabin New works & collaborations

Karoline Schleh & Bradley Sabin New works & collaborations

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Professor of Printmaking & Book Arts, is currently exhibiting work in the "3rd New York International Miniature Print Exhibition"

Bill Kitchens, Professor of Printmaking & Book Arts, is currently exhibiting work in the "3rd New York International Miniature Print Exhibition" at the Manhattan Graphics Center

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Professor of Printmaking & Book Arts, is currently exhibiting work in the "3rd New York International Miniature Print Exhibition"

Bill Kitchens, Professor of Printmaking & Book Arts, is currently exhibiting work in the "3rd New York International Miniature Print Exhibition" at the Manhattan Graphics Center

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Karoline Schleh will be one of four artists honored at the NOMA Love In the Garden 2017

Schleh’s drawings, paintings, and prints are rendered with a distinct atmospheric quality and longhand backwards script, which she has developed over the past 25 years. Her most recent compositions, inspired by landscape study, weather systems, and the human form, reference...

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Instructor Mia Borders Profiled in Offbeat Magazine

Instructor Mia Borders was recently profiled in New Orleans’ Offbeat Magazine, which covered her recent performance at New Orleans’ world-famous Jazz and Heritage Festival, her style and influences, and growing up in Uptown New Orleans.

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Vocal Instructor Eboneé Davis and OperaCreole Featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition

As principal soprano and board member of the New Orleans opera company OperaCreole, FAMIS vocal instructor Eboneé Davis was recently mentioned in a profile on NPR’s Weekend Edition

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