Music News

The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship announced last week the selection of the 2011-12 class of New Orleans Schweitzer Fellows.

From Alabama and Louisiana to Oklahoma and Texas, young alumni from Loyola University New Orleans music education

Hailed by The New York Times as “bright, active, and fastidiously musical,” and by Opera News as having “a golden sound,” Sarah Jane McMahon ’02 is

Monty Goulet ’11 (music industry studies), Austin, Texas, after having worked on “AAA” titles such as Donkey Kong Country Returns and casino titles

Vicki Fisk ’69, freelance soprano soloist headquartered in the New York Metropolitan area, was recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for demonstrating

Alice Clark, Ph.D., professor of music history, was awarded a spot in the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar at the American Acad

Dennis Elliott ’86 (jazz studies – violin), Richmond, Va., released a new album named Fiddler’s Dream which is available from his website

JeAnne Moniz Swinley '11, a graduate of the Masters of Music in Performance, took home a Big Easy Theatre award for her recital with the

New Orleans filmmaker and Loyola University New Orleans Artist-in-Residence and Professor of Video Technology Jim Gabour has been selected as a fea