Sunny Jungin Yang, alumna and current cellist for Kronos Quartet, returned to USC Thornton to visit her former professors and inspire current USC Thornton students.watch the video
H. Robert Reynolds leads USC Thornton Wind Ensemble in “Smoke & Mirrors”
To celebrate the USC Thornton Wind Ensemble’s upcoming concert on Sunday, September 28, today’s USC Thornton contribution to New World Symphony’s new MUSAIC project features the group’s performance from a 2012 USC Thornton event titled, “Women Composers of the Present.”
Throwback Thursday: USC School of Music piano students
In this photograph from 1888, female piano students at the USC School of Music pose on the steps of Widney Hall — USC’s home to music classes through the 1970s.
USC Thornton, New World Symphony bring classical music education online through MUSAIC
USC Thornton was named a premiere partner in New World Symphony’s exciting new digital initiative, MUSAIC — a digital initiative that enhances the understanding of music for students, musicians, and audiences worldwide.
Scoring for Motion Picture and Television chair Daniel Carlin, faculty Garry Schyman present at Krakow Film Music Festival
September 29, 2014
Scoring for Motion Picture and Television (SMPTV) chair Daniel Carlin moderated and presented 11 masterclasses at the 7th annual Krakow Film Music Festival, which took place from September 25 through 28, 2014. Carlin also co-led a sequence of recording/scoring workshops for finalists in the FMF Young Talent Award competition with… read more