Professor, Director of the School of Music
Dr. Meg Frazier is the Director of the School of Music and Director of Choral Activities at Loyola University New Orleans. A native Texan, Dr. Frazier earned her BMEd and MM at Sam Houston State (studying with Bev Henson) and her DMA at LSU (studying with Ken Fulton). She taught in the Texas public schools before beginning her college teaching career at Beloit College in Wisconsin and subsequently moving to New Orleans and Loyola in 1998.
Dr. Frazier is a frequent guest clinician and conductor; she has conducted all-state choirs in Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alaska, and Louisiana and all region choirs in 15 states. She adjudicates for multiple music festivals each season, both in New Orleans and regionally.
Dr. Frazier is the Artistic Director/Conductor for the award-winning choirs of NOVA, a community-based choral organization. NOVA’s Masterworks serves as the symphony chorus for the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. NOVA and the Loyola choirs also collaborate regularly with the New Orleans Opera.
Loyola University New Orleans
College of Music and Fine Arts
6363 St. Charles Ave.
Campus Box 8
New Orleans, LA 70118