At Loyola we train artists! Students can study all aspects of music performance -- classical and jazz, opera and chamber music -- as well as music education, music therapy, music industry, graphic design, sculpture, drawing, painting, acting and stagecraft. The College of Music and Fine Arts prides itself on the relationship between its faculty and students and its comprehensive array of opportunities for performances, exhibits, and ensembles which afford students the opportunity to present their work on a consistent basis. Individual instruction and small classroom sizes enable us to place a strong emphasis on each young artist, educator, or therapist. Read more about the College of Music and Fine Arts »
The new Social Political Design + Narrative class at Loyola is based on the principles of experiential learning and designing for the social good.
Tony Dagradi, professor of Saxophone and Jazz Studies, writes a new book of saxophone solos.
Ashley Shabankareh ’10 (music education), M.M. ’12, was named a Top Female Achiever by New Orleans Magazine.