It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas

(PHOTO/ Chris Wallace) The “Sounds of the Season” concert will feature a myriad of performances by different groups, such as theater, band, and choir. Pictured above is Troy’s Chorale ensemble, directed by Dr. Diane Orlofsky. Andrea Hammack Staff Writer With the holidays approaching, Troy University’s College of Communication and Fine Arts (CCFA) is getting into the Read More

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Upcoming concert to showcase “major growth” of campus band and student conductors

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer Troy University’s campus concert band is set to put on its fall concert on Monday, Nov. 18.  The concert will feature a wide variety of band selections from the 1900’s through recent years and will be directed by graduate assistants within the School of Music.  Jordan Guy, an administrative graduate assistant from Read More

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Fanfare: Troy student shares his story and his love of music

Rojan Maharjan photo Ricky Treloar marching with the Sound of the South. Treloar was assisted in the pregame by Hunter Miller, and in halftime by Jason Albert. Luke Brantley Variety Editor Ricky Treloar’s love of music began in the 6th grade. “I’ve always loved music, so I continued that love of being able to play all Read More

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Symphony band to play classic “masterworks” during fall concert

(PHOTO/ Zenith Shrestha) Aaron Ward, a senior music education major from Geneva, will perform alongside other band members in the symphony band during their “Masterworks” concert.  Andrea Hammack Staff Writer Troy University’s symphony band is in full swing, with its first concert of the semester taking place on Sunday, Sept. 22.  The concert, titled “Masterworks,” focuses Read More

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New SOTS halftime show to debut during the first football game of the season

(PHOTO/ Zenith Shrestha) The band has spent weeks preparing three different shows for this year’s football season. Andrea Hammack Staff Writer The Sound of the South (SOTS) is marching into the Vet this season with three separate shows at the ready.  “We are doing three shows this year,” said Mark Walker, director of bands. “For the Read More

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