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Throwback Thursday: USC Thornton Wind Ensemble heads downtown
In 2002, several USC Thornton student ensembles performed at the historic Orpheum Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles. The concerts were publicized in a September edition of the Daily Trojan.
USC Thornton Opera’s Ken Cazan on Hans Werner Henze’s “The English Cat”
The program’s Resident Stage Director and Vocal Arts discusses the the artistry behind creating a world of Victorian animals for USC Thornton Opera’s production of the 1983 work.
Adam and Rotem Gilbert receive Thomas Binkley Award from Early Music America
The USC Thornton School of Music faculty members were recognized for their outstanding achievement in performance and scholarship in the field of early music education.
October 31, 2014
Ted Hearne, assistant professor of composition at USC Thornton, was featured in an article by The Wall Street Journal for his work, The Source. The composition is based on text by the activist group WikiLeaks and former United States Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning, famous for releasing the largest set… read more