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Throwback Thursday: USC Thornton Chamber Singers, 1971
As one of the oldest performance ensembles on campus, the USC Thornton Chamber Singers have remained a constant presence at the school since first forming in 1939.
Tim Page edits new collection of writing by Virgil Thomson
The Pulitzer Prize-winning arts journalist and professor of musicology at USC Thornton recently published a new edited collection of the writings of celebrated music critic, Virgil Thomson.
Composition student Julia Adolphe’s work performed by the New York Philharmonic
In June, Adolphe was one of six young composers selected to participate in a read-through with the orchestra as a part of the inaugural NY Phil Biennial festival. Her composition, Dark Sand, Sifting Light, received glowing reviews in The New York Times and The New Yorker.
October 24, 2014
Francine Nguyen-Savaria (GCRT, ’13) is one of two organists selected to perform on the Young Artists’ Platform during the Calgary Organ Festival and Symposium in Canada. She will perform the complete works for organ by Brahms over two recitals: at the Cathedral Church of the Redeemer in Calgary on October 29,… read more