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Undergraduate Bulletin 1999-2001

College of Music

Dean: Edward Kvet, D.M.E.
Office: 165 Communications/Music Building
Associate Dean: Anthony Decuir, Ph. D.
Professors: Dean Angeles, Anthony Decuir, Scott Fredrickson, Philip Frohnmayer, Joseph Hebert, Edward Kvet, John Mahoney, John Murphy, David Swanzy
Associate Professors: Darlene Brooks, Tony Dagradi, Sanford Hinderlie, William Horne, Gwen Hotchkiss, H. Jac McCracken, Harry McMurray, Janna Saslaw
Assistant Professors: Ellen Frohnmayer, Margaret Hulley, James MacKay, Allen Nisbet
Director of Opera Workshop: David Morelock
Conrad N. Hilton Eminent Scholar in Music Industry Studies: Scott Fredrickson

The college, founded in 1932, holds membership in the National Association of Schools of Music, Association of American Colleges, Jesuit Educational Association, National Catholic Educational Association and the American Music Therapy Association.

The College of Music offers the opportunity to combine liberal arts studies with professional music courses in the only college of music conducted by the Jesuit Fathers in the United States. Historically, New Orleans offers an abundance of music cultural opportunities. The city supports an opera company, a major symphony orchestra, a symphony chorus and numerous smaller professional organizations. Traditionally, students from Loyola have played an important role in the musical life of the city. Students study and work in close proximity with professional singers and conductors.

Since the College of Music is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music, all programs are in accordance with the regulations set forth by that organization. The curricula in music education contain the course requirements for teacher certification in the State of Louisiana. The Department of Music Therapy is affiliated with the National Association for Music Therapy.


1999-2001 Undergraduate Bulletin

Posted online on August 29, 2001