The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.
Natalie Jones '14, who graduated from Loyola with degrees in Spanish and Theater Arts, was recently selected for a 2017-18 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to teach in Argentina, a country where she also studied abroad as a student at Loyola.
Loyola voice and movement professor, Janet Shea, will join The Tennessee William’s Theatre Company of New Orleans in The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore by Tennessee Williams. Shea starts as tenacious actress Flora “Sissy” Goforth.
Amanda Alch, Kyler L. Jett, Saisha Lee, Tess Rowland, and Zachary Weber were selected to be members of resident theatre Southern Rep Theatre's latest initiative: a community outreach acting company.
SPOILERS: TAD Professor, Ann Mahoney Kadar, concluded her time on the "The Walking Dead" as Olivia by means of a quick bullet in a shocking scene. Olivia may be gone, but Ann will continue on in a new show "Sun Records" as Gladys Presley, Elvis’ mother. "Sun Records" airs Thursdays on CMT at 10/9C.
Faculty members Scott Billington, Jeff Albert and David Torkanowsky win for their work on the Best Traditional Blues Album
Andres Benavides-Cascante '17 wins the February 19th Metropolitan Opera Council Gulf Coast Region Auditions.
Leah Floyd exhibits new work, Blue is the Longing.
Loyola Opera Theatre's 2016 production of Romeo et Juliette won the award
Professor Dreux Montegut and the St. Louis Cathedral Choir win Best Choral Arts Presentation