Loyola University Choirs and Chamber Orchestra perform Handel's Messiah.
Welcome to the new website for the Center for Music and Arts Entrepreneurship! Located in the Music/Communications Complex on the campus of Loyola University New Orleans, the Center is a function of four institutions of higher learning in New Orleans: The University of New Orleans, Dillard University, Loyola University, and Delgado Community College.
Harold Battiste and Henry Butler talk about being musicians during the same time periods and about New Orleans's role as a nexus of music and art.
CFMAE Students talk about their experience working on NBC's production covering the 2009 US Snowboarding Open in Stratton, Vermont
Marci Schramm & Greg Schatz of French Quarter Festivals Inc. talk to Loyola University New Orleans students about coordinating French Quarter Fest events
Chris Genteel talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about the vital relationship between art and business.
Loyola MIS Students talk about their experiences at the Midem Music Industry Convention in Cannes, France.
Paul Zamek talks about Midem and how it is an essential networking point for the music industry
Anthony Dominici, a veteran cinematographer, director of photography and film/TV producer, explains what skills he looks for in people he chooses to staff his film and TV shoots.
In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Program Series, drum shop proprietor Ray Fransen discusses the mutually beneficial relationship that flourished between his Drum Center and the New Orleans music community after Hurricane Katrina.