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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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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Alumnus Mallach reflects on 50 years on Wall Street

David Mallach, a 1971 graduate, recently celebrataed 50 years as a financial advisor with one of the world’s largest investment banks.

David Mallach, a 1971 graduate, recently celebrataed 50 years as a financial advisor with one of the world’s largest investment banks.

Growing up, David Mallach was always on the move.

The self-proclaimed “military brat” moved frequently with his family, attending four high schools in four different states. Perhaps that is why when it came to his career, he was eager to find a place to settle down. Mallach, a Troy University alumnus and member of TROY’s…

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Clarinet Day invites students to learn from experienced musicians

Clarinet Day featured musicians from around the nation.

Clarinet Day featured musicians from around the nation.

The John M. Long School of Music had its 16th annual Clarinet Day where high school students were invited to learn under and play alongside experienced musicians. 

The day entailed attending master classes and practicing for an evening concert. Participants also attended concerts performed by guest musicians. 

“This year it just so happened to be…

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