Be a part of a unique conservatory, where professional musicians are trained in a rich academic environment, and where you can roam the halls and converse with GRAMMY® Award winners and internationally renowned musicians.
Find yourself involved in the New Orleans Jazz Festival or the Voodoo Music Experience festival. Perform with one of the finest College orchestras, wind ensembles, or jazz bands in America. Sing a major role with Loyola’s opera theatre, or learn the ins and outs of the music industry business. It's all here at your fingertips.
The School of Music is an academic community made up of artists, scholars, practitioners and students who believe in the transformative power of the arts and who are dedicated to the education of the whole person in the Ignatian tradition.
Loyola seeks to be a leader, not only among the Jesuit colleges and universities in North America, but also among universities offering programs in the fine and performing arts.
In pursuit of this goal we have attracted a faculty who are national leaders in their fields, who offer our students a professional education in music within a broader academic environment deeply informed by the liberal arts tradition and recognized for its excellence, rigor and innovation. Loyola is recognized nationally not only for the artistic and academic quality of our students and alumni, but also for their social and spiritual engagement.
We recruit students who are both artistically talented and intellectually curious and who seek an education that fosters development of the entire mind and spirit. Whether our students go on to careers in the arts or use their study as a springboard to other professions, they carry with them the creativity and discipline necessary for artistic endeavor, linked with the critical judgment that is at the heart of liberal education and the Jesuit value of a life lived with and for others.
The Times Picayune profiles Mark Anthony Thomas '17 and two of his family members, Myron Thomas and Big Sam Williams of Big Sam's Funky Nation.
Dr. Kathleen Murphy publishes article in Nordic Journal of Music Therapy.
Antonio García (B.M. '81) was promoted to Professor of Music at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he has served as Director of Jazz Studies since 2001.