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TROY-A-Palooza festival set for International Arts Center on Oct. 26

The festival, which will feature a costume contest and music by POPulus, is set for 6:30 p.m., Oct. 26 at the IAC.

The festival, which will feature a costume contest and music by POPulus, is set for 6:30 p.m., Oct. 26 at the IAC.

Troy University’s international Arts Center is hosting the Troy-A-Palooza festival, a student fall celebration and costume party.

The event will be held at the IAC Plaza and Amphitheater on Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 6:30 p.m.

The festival will feature a costume contest and music and entertainment provided by POPulus, the University’s ensemble comprised of students…

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Frequency takes the stage for live concert Friday night

Members of the jazz ensemble frequency get in a midday practice last week before their first live show in over a year on Friday.

Members of the jazz ensemble frequency get in a midday practice last week before their first live show in over a year on Friday.

For the first time in more than a year, Troy University’s jazz vocal ensemble frequency is set to perform live and in-person on Friday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.

An auditioned, select vocal jazz ensemble, frequency is devoted to performance of contemporary a cappella choral pieces with a focus on the mid 20th to early…

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TROY Music students, faculty bring spirit to youth orchestra performance

From left to right are: Dr. Sulliman, Emma Fell, Hayley Groff, Ivy Brewer, Alexandria Thomas and Theo Hornsby.

From left to right are: Dr. Sulliman, Emma Fell, Hayley Groff, Ivy Brewer, Alexandria Thomas and Theo Hornsby.

Five students from Troy University’s John M. Long School of Music recently accompanied Dr. Jason Sulliman, Assistant Professor of Trombone, to Fairhope, Alabama to support the Baldwin County Youth Orchestra through their spring concert.

This year marked the 11th season for the Baldwin County Youth Orchestra program, and director Leroy Hughes had been dealing with…

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TROY professor collaborates with Czech saxophonist

Dr. Dave Camwell continues to create music while collaborating remotely with his peers.

Dr. Dave Camwell continues to create music while collaborating remotely with his peers.

Troy University’s Dr. Dave Camwell is gaining social media attention for his concert collaborations with musicians from around the world.

Camwell serves as the Director of Jazz Studies and Associate Professor of Music at the university. He began teaching at TROY in 2017.

Camwell’s collaborations are a result of COVID-19’s effect on the music industry.

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