USC Thornton opened its doors in 1884. Come explore our illustrious history.a brief history
Throwback Thursday: USC Thornton Symphony in 1976
The USC Thornton Symphony is one of the school’s oldest performance ensembles, and has produced some of the finest orchestral musicians in the world.
USC Thornton Choral and Sacred Music department alumni go above and beyond, post-grad
Recent alumni of the celebrated department have accepted high-profile positions at universities and with choirs across the globe – something that Choral and Sacred Music chair Jo-Michael Scheibe attributes to the supportive nature of the department.
Five Questions: Joanna Demers
Joanna Demers is the chair of Musicology department at USC Thornton and a respected scholar in the field. Get to know several members of our world-class faculty as teachers, mentors, musicians and members of the USC Thornton community in this reoccurring feature.
September 22, 2014
Morgan Middleton (BM, ’15) will perform at the Celebration of Leadership in the Fine Arts, hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. The CBCF advances the global Black community through premier research and educational advancement. Middleton, who currently studies under USC Thornton Vocal Arts faculty… read more