Troy University’s jazz ensemble awards scholarship to top musician Theo Hornsby

Theo Hornsby has been honored by the John M. Long School of Music with the Bess and Terry Mizelle Jazz Ensemble Scholarship.

Theo Hornsby has been honored by the John M. Long School of Music with the Bess and Terry Mizelle Jazz Ensemble Scholarship.

As the Troy University jazz ensemble has grown, the John M. Long School of Music has been able to give back to the talented students playing in it.

The jazz ensemble has grown a lot in recent years, from friendly competitions with other ensembles to expanding their online presence. 

Theo Hornsby, the lead trumpet player for…

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Gibson receives Dr. Robert Kruckeberg Faculty Excellence Award at Troy University

Dr. Robert Gibson, Lecturer in the John M. Long School of Music, receives the Kruckeberg Faculty Excellence Award from Dr. Robert Scott Nokes.

Dr. Robert Gibson, Lecturer in the John M. Long School of Music, receives the Kruckeberg Faculty Excellence Award from Dr. Robert Scott Nokes.

Dr. Robert Gibson, Lecturer in the John M. Long School of Music at Troy University, has been awarded the Dr. Robert Kruckeberg Faculty Excellence Award, presented by the University’s Faculty Senate.

The award honors the memory of Dr. Robert Kruckeberg, an Associate Professor of History who passed away in December 2020 at the age of…

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Bellingrath Gardens provides new inspiration for Dr. Carl Vollrath

Former TROY music professor Dr. Carl Vollrath is finding new inspiration from the beauty of Mobile's Bellingrath Gardens.

Former TROY music professor Dr. Carl Vollrath is finding new inspiration from the beauty of Mobile's Bellingrath Gardens.

At 92, Carl Vollrath may have retired from the John M. Long School of Music, but he hasn’t stopped working and is being inspired by the beauty of Bellingrath Gardens, which he hopes becomes a state park one day.

The former TROY professor and renowned composer celebrated his birthday on March 26.

“It’s not just…

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TROY Theatre and Dance premiers “Jekyll and Hyde” starting April 13-18

The show runs nightly at 7 p.m. on April 12-15 and 18 and at 2:30 p.m. on April 16.

The show runs nightly at 7 p.m. on April 12-15 and 18 and at 2:30 p.m. on April 16.

Troy University’s Department of Theatre and Dance brings to life the epic struggle between good and evil in the musical phenomenon Jekyll & Hyde beginning April 13.

Based on the original story by Robert Louis Stevenson, Jekyll & Hyde takes audiences on a back-and-forth ride through chaos and order, dark and light, love and murder. Dr. Henry Jekyll is driven to…

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