Faculty Achievements

Music Industry Studies instructor supervised Loyola students who recorded audio of Jazz Fest performances

Jay Crutti

Jay Crutti, instructor of music industry studies, supervised 12 student recordists at the 2012 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival who recorded 90% of all recordings made at the festival.

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Music Education Professor shares National Study Research at International MayDay Colloquium

Edward McClellan, Coordinator of Music Education, recently presented findings from his national research study on the Identity Formation of Undergraduate Music Education Majors at the International MayDay Colloquium at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.

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Music Industry Studies instructor produced and managed a three-week European reunion tour for Throwing Muses

Billy O'Connell, instructor of music industry studies, produced and managed a three week European reunion tour for Throwing Muses in which the group performed to over 75,000 paid attendees and appearedon national television and radio in 9 countries.

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Vocal studies professor honored as distinguished alumnus at alma mater

Philip Frohnmayer

Philip Frohnmayer, the Mary Freeman Wisdom Distinguished Professor of Opera and chair of vocal studies at Loyola University New Orleans, was recently awarded the 2012 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Oregon’s School of Music and Dance.

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Loyola Theatre production "Godspell" receives Big Easy Entertainment Award


The Department of Theatre Arts and Dance's production of "Godspell", directed by C. Patrick Gendusa, won the Big Easy Theatre Award for Best University Production.

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Diboll Gallery director's home included in National Building Museum exhibit

Schleh was contacted because the design firm was specifically looking to document an average day in the life of a family living in an URBANbuild or bildDESIGN project.

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Loyola voice instructor takes lead role in New Orleans Opera's 'Pagliacci'

Tyler Smith

Tyler Smith, voice instructor at Loyola University New Orleans, stepped in at the last minute to take on the lead role of Canio in the New Orleans Opera Association’s production of “Pagliacci.”

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University Grants Spur Faculty Scholarship

Joy Allen

Joy Allen receives research grant.

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Music instructor receives Best of the Beat Lifetime Achievement Award

John Rankin, guitar and music industry studies instructor at Loyola University New Orleans, was recently awarded the 2011 Best of the Beat: Lifetime Achievement in Music Education Award.

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Music industry forum features never-before-seen interviews of Mardi Gras Indians

Music industry forum

The music industry studies program at Loyola University New Orleans presents Jim Gabour, extraordinary professor of video technology, in “Jockomo-fee-nahnay.”

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