It’s that time of year again! Registration and research papers are on everyone’s mind as we finish out the semester. If nothing else, the flash floods outside might give us a good reason to stay inside and study for our upcoming finals (or maybe they’re just good for showing off your rain boots!). A good way to spend some time indoors is at one of the upcoming performances from CMFA! The calendar of upcoming concerts can be found here: http://cmfa.loyno.edu/music/performances
All of the performances listed below are *free* for Loyola students!
If reading about music is more your thing, head on up to the 3rd floor of the Monroe Library to Special Collections! We have a variety of interesting materials that cover the multifaceted music field.
Excerpt, from “Orchestra” by William Carlos Williams. From The Desert Music and Other Poems.
The Loyola Symphony Orchestra performs this Saturday, April 18th, at 7:30 pm in Roussel Hall.
“The Dukes of Dixieland,” from Music in the Street: Photographs of New Orleans by Ralston Crawford
The Loyola Jazz Band performs April 28th at 7:30 pm in Roussel Hall.
This tiny volume is Te Deum Laudamus from the Rosalee McReynolds collection.
Hear the voices of CMFA and the New Orleans Vocal Arts chorale at the Extraordinary Form Latin Mass this Sunday, April 19th, at 7:30 pm at Holy Name of Jesus Church.
Excerpt from Acadian Folk Songs compiled by Irene Therese Whitfield.
The Loyola Concert Band and Wind Ensemble will be performing Sunday, April 26 at 3 pm in Roussel Hall.
From Escuela de composición, Tratado primero, De la armonía by Hilarión Eslava.
Hear music by CMFA student composers at Recital Hour this Thursday at 12:45 pm in Nunemaker Hall, which is accessible on the third floor of Monroe Hall.
From La Scienza de’suoni e dell’armonia by Giuseppe Pizzati.
See the Loyola Opera Department perform A Musical Menagerie on Thursday, April 23rd at 7:30 pm in Nunemaker.
From Oeuvres complettes by Joseph Haydn.
See the University Chorus and the Loyola Chorale perform this Saturday, April 18th, at 3 pm in Roussel Hall.
These books can all be viewed in Special Collections and Archives, 3rd floor, Monroe Library.
Found in the Archives is a recurring series of crazy cool stuff found in the Monroe Library’s Special Collections & Archives.