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|M.M., University of Minnesota
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Private Voice Instruction
KATE DUNCANExtraordinary Professor, Popular and Commercial Music
Kate Duncan offers a wealth of musical experience to her courses and ensembles. A musical educator and performer, she has spent the last ten years working in nearly every genre – opera, jazz, funk, pop, and even country. Kate spent years as director of a Pennsylvania-based school of music, and currently works as a vocal jazz arranger, lecturer, and clinician for various groups across the country. An instrumental part of the new Popular & Commercial Music degree program, Kate’s duties include vocal ensemble direction, singer/songwriter ensemble direction, private voice study, and musicianship theory courses. Kate also serves as an advisor to Full-Tilt Event Productions, a student-operated entrepreneurial group.
In addition to teaching courses and ensembles at Loyola University, Kate continues to pursue her performance and writing/arranging career in the greater New Orleans area.
As principal soprano and board member of the New Orleans opera company OperaCreole, FAMIS vocal instructor Eboneé Davis was recently mentioned in a profile on NPR’s Weekend Edition: “OperaCréole, an opera company founded in New Orleans, is resurrecting music written […]
Bobby Rush’s Grammy®-winning 2017 album Porcupine Meat, produced by Loyola’s own Scott Billington, chalked up another win for Album of the Year at the 38th annual Blues Music Awards. Held on May 11th by The Blues Foundation at the Cook Convention Center […]