The Music Industry alumnus says that his USC Thornton degree helped to put him at the forefront of a changing industry.
As another amazing year ends, USC Thornton students like Paul Cornish and Matt Dievendorf look ahead to busy summers pursuing music and careers away from campus.
USC Thornton undergraduates John Mietus and Jonathan Sussman create nonprofit to supply strings to music programs at underprivileged schools.
Midori Goto’s violin studio performs outreach concerts that open students and communities to the power of music.
Music Industry students promote their musician classmates in a hands-on course revamped by new faculty member Loren Medina.
Nominations range from jazz and classical categories to popular music, film scores and more.
Three years since its launch, USC Thornton’s Arts Leadership program celebrates its successes and looks to the future.
The USC Thornton course teaches Music Industry principles through real-world situations.
A five-year USC study has shown that music training can spur brain development in young children.
Teaching his middle school students to prize passion as well as perfection, DMA candidate Richard Perez looks at how playing in a group creates community.