Faculty Achievements

Offbeat Magazine covers "John Rankin’s Journey"

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Instructor of Guitar and Music Industry Studies John Rankin discusses the musical journey that led him from an English major to eventually having three jobs that he love - teaching private lessons, teaching at Loyola, and playing gigs.

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Professor Valerie Goertzen's essay published in the collection Brahms in the Home and the Concert Hall.

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Professor Valerie Goertzen’s essay, “At the Piano with Joseph and Johannes: Joachim’s Overtures in Brahms’s Circle,” has been published in the collection Brahms in the Home and the Concert Hall.

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Professor Tony Dagradi performed at Kentucky Music Educators Association conference

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Tony Dagradi, professor of saxophone and jazz studies, performed February 4-7, 2015 at the Kentucky Music Educators Association, Professional Development Conference.

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Professor Mark Grote Exhibits his work at North Carolina University at Charlotte

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Professor Mark Grote's work titled “Is it S or is it Z “ will exhibit from June 3 - June 29, 2015.

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“Theatre Professor Receives Sixth Directing Award Nomination”.

C. Patrick Gendusa secures sixth Big Easy Awards Nomination for his production of “The World Goes ‘Round.

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Tony Dagradi - Gemini Rising

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Professor Tony Dagradi receives praise on latest album

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Professor Mark Grote will be moderating a Panel at the 24th International Sculpture Conference

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Professor Mark Grote will be moderating a Panel at the 24th International Sculpture Conference being held here in New Orleans from Oct 1st - 4th.

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Professor Mark Grote exhibits his work at One Arts Plaza in Dallas Texas

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This is the third year that Professor Grote has work with SculptCAd Co. based in Dallas TX. SculptCad is a 3-D printing company that invites art for across America to produce work using the latest 3-D printing technology. The exhibition will be on view through September.

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Art lecturer presents solo exhibition incorporating historic New Orleans canals

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Loyola University New Orleans Art and Design lecturer Barbara Brainard is exhibiting large-scale drawings of the intersections of relict canal systems and the quirky urban architecture that has evolved around them.

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Music industry professor's album honored

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Two “Best of Jazz 2013” lists recently recognized trombonist Jeffrey Albert ’93, Ph.D., assistant professor of music industry technology at Loyola University New Orleans, for his latest CD, “The Tree on the Mound.”

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