Loyola University Choirs and Chamber Orchestra perform Handel’s Messiah.
The College of Music and Fine Arts faculty Chamber Orchestra performs.
Loyola Professor Robert Bell talks about the importance of protest music in American history.
Loyola University Opera and Orchestra perform Susannah, written by Carlisle Floyd.
In a forum held at Loyola University, New Orleans, George Bundy (CEO of BRS Media) discusses the rise of commercial FM radio in the 1970s, compares it to new developments in internet radio as is happening now, and describe how technology is changing how history unfolds the second time around.
Blues pianist and songwriter Jon Cleary delivers a seminar in the history and tradition of the New Orleans blues piano style to an audience at Loyola University, New Orleans. He discusses major figures like James Booker, Professor Longhair and Jelly Roll Morton, and places their work in the larger context of the musical traditions of the Caribbean rim. He also shares his thoughts on songwriting technique, on managing your copyrights, and on collaborating in the studio with name artists.
Musician and Little Blue Men label head Beth Patterson discusses the history, tuning, and technique of playing the bouzouki.
Charles Anthony, a tenor in his fifty-third season with New Yorks Metropolitan Opera, tells an audience at Loyola University, New Orleans the story of how he became a singer, and responds to audience questions about the technique, practice, and history of singing opera.