TROY faculty performing at Carnegie Hall

Dr. Ben Crook and Dr. Heather Small will perform Dr. Carl Vollrath's music on July 15 in NYC.

Dr. Ben Crook and Dr. Heather Small will perform Dr. Carl Vollrath's music on July 15 in NYC.

Two faculty members from Troy University’s College of Communication and Fine Arts will be performing at New York City’s Carnegie Hall on July 15 in a concert featuring the works of TROY Professor Emeritus Dr. Carl Vollrath. 

Dr. Heather Small, Associate Professor of flute, and Dr. Ben Crook, Assistant Professor of piano, will be performing the first…

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A lifetime of service: Dr. Diane Orlofsky inducted into Alabama Music Educators Association Hall of Fame

The award was given during the Symphony Band 51st annual concert by former Trojans Dr. Rob Lyda, AMEA president, and Dr. Phil Wilson, president-elect.

The award was given during the Symphony Band 51st annual concert by former Trojans Dr. Rob Lyda, AMEA president, and Dr. Phil Wilson, president-elect.

A music educator of over 45 years, Troy University Professor Emerita of music and music education Dr. Diane Orlofsky was recognized for her years of service and was officially inducted into the Alabama Music Educators Association Hall of Fame Friday evening in Claudia Crosby Theatre.

The AMEA Hall of Fame recognizes members for excellence in teaching or…

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TROY holds 51st SEUS Honor Band and Clinic

TROY hosted the Southeastern United States High School Honor Band and Clinic Feb. 1-3.

TROY hosted the Southeastern United States High School Honor Band and Clinic Feb. 1-3.

The Blue Root Jazz Combo kicked off the 51st Troy University Southeastern United States High School Honor Band and Clinic (SEUS) with a performance on Thursday morning. Nearly 600 high school students showed up for the event launched by Dr. John M. Long in 1973.

“[SEUS] has allowed me to meet new people, play new…

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Choral podcast “InChoir” launches through TROY Public Radio

"InChoir" dives deep into choral music, talking with composers about how they explore sound, universal texts and shared human experiences.

A collaborative effort between the College of Communication and Fine Arts and TROY Public Radio, the first episode of “InChoir,” a new podcast featuring conversations about choral music, the arts and life, has been released.

Hosted by Dr. Diane Orlofsky, TROY Professor Emerita of Music and Music Education and Graduate Coordinator/Advisor for music education, and Dr. Scott Sexton, TROY alum…

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