Jim Gabour, extraordinary professor of video technology, was selected for the sixteenth year to act as national committee member for the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
Jim Gabour, extraordinary professor of video technology, was selected as a juror for the Satellite Center Festival of Film & Video’s 2011 edition.
John Rankin was selected for the 2011 “Lifetime Achievement in Music Education” award by Offbeat Magazine.
Sanford Hinderlie, professor of music and director of the Music Technology Center, recently recorded and released a new Christmas CD, “Christmas in New Orleans.”
Sanford Hinderlie, professor of music and director of the music technology center, performed solo jazz piano concerts in Düsseldorf, Berlin, and Dresden.
#6 Shoe Drop, a collaboration of Music Professor and Music Technology Center Director Sanford Hinderlie and art professor Mark Grote, exhibited at Loyola University New Orleans Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery, May through September, 2012.
Sanford Hinderlie, Rita O. Huntsinger Distinguished Professor in Music and Director of the Music Technology Center, recently presented research at several conferences.
Jay Crutti, instructor of music industry studies, engineered recording sessions for the following music groups that resulted in releases.
As the faculty advisor to several student-run companies housed in Music Industry, Jay Crutti directed the production of 28 Video works and 13 concerts.
Jay Crutti, instructor of music industry studies, obtained funding for several upgrades to facilities and equipment for the Communications/Music Complex recording studios.