Bringing Loyola Choruses, Faculty, and the Lincoln Trio together for a remembrance of Anne Frank
Loyola combined University Choirs, faculty, and an internationally acclaimed piano trio, the Lincoln Trio, come together to perform James Whitbourn’s full length choral setting to the diaries of Anne Frank.
Junior Sacred Music Major, Grant Nill, selected to perform for Organ Series
Junior Sacred Music Major, Grant Nill, has been selected to perform for the Organ Concert Series in Madonna della Strada. The Organ Series is a performance series that takes place the third Sunday of every month and features a range of professional organists from around the area. Grant Nill is a current music student and has been presented with an opportunity to perform as part of this professional series.
Loyola Music Program’s is pleased to present the Spring 2017 concert season! Swing into Spring with the Loyola Jazz Band, hear the great masterworks of Holst and Mascagni, or join our University Chorus for their full length choral setting to the diaries of Anne Frank. There’s a performance for everyone!
Now Accepting Applications for Major and Scholarship Auditions
Click here to access the applications for Music Major, Dance Major, and Theatre Scholarship auditions for Fall 2017 acceptance.
Applied Bass and Composition instructor, Matt Ulery, has released his newest album “Festival” under his own labeling, Woolgathering Records. Matt is the instructor of applied bass and composition, providing an expansive range of knowledge for aspiring bassists and composition students as an active musician and composer in the Chicago area.
Gustavo Leone, Loyola University Chicago Professor of Music and co-founder of the Chicago Latino Music Festival, is featured in the Chicago Tribune this month to preview the 11th edition of his renown concert series. Leone teaches the highest level of music theory offered by Loyola's Music program, giving students the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge in both composition and the theory behind contemporary music.