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Retired Dance Professor Jenkins Dies

UL Lafayette’s School of Music and Performing Arts is saddened to announce that Professor Kenneth Jenkins passed awa

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Dance Students Work with Artists in Residence

Students from UL Lafayette's Dance program spent the week of March 28–April 1, working with

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High School Cellists Play With the UL Symphony OrchestraThe UL Lafayette Symphony (Michael Blaney, conductor) presented its Annual "String Day" Concert on Saturday, February 20, 2016, in Angelle Hall Auditorium. Highlights included Kentucky Royal Fanfare by Teddy Abrams, Danzon No. 2 by Arturo Márquez, and guest cellist Dragos Filip performing Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal on electric cello with the orchestra. Over 140 pre-college string players from throughout Louisiana joined forces with the UL Symphony to present this free concert. Next year's "String Day" will be on March 11, 2017. Contact UL Symphony Conductor Michael Blaney for more information at

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