Graduate students Ana Barreiro, Hui Jin and Vladimir Khomyakov traveled from around the globe to study with professors they have admired from afar.watch the video
USC Thornton students Alex Biniaz-Harris and Ambrose Soehn to perform at Auschwitz ceremony
The Keyboard Studies students will play a piano suite based on melodies heard in archives of the USC Shoah Foundation in Kraków, Poland at the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.
USC Thornton celebrates final Charles Dickens Dinner
Thornton celebrated the lasting legacy of 28 years of philanthropy with a festive, holiday-themed celebration that has helped shape the academic and personal lives of countless students.
Karl Öhlberger’s Etude based on Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring”
Judith Farmer, bassoon faculty at USC Thornton, introduces Karl Öhlberger’s etude with students Brittany Seits, bassoon, and Chelsea Whitacker, piano, part of Thornton’s collaboration with the New World Symphony’s MUSAIC project.
January 27, 2015
Associate Professor of Musicology, Joanna Demers’ 2006 book, Steal This Music: How Intellectual Property Law Affects Musical Creativity, received a glowing review from Echo, a music-centered journal. The article praised the book for its exploration of intellectual property law and anti-piracy legislation in addition to “the tangled web” of “how… read more