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Early Music Performance

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Over the past several decades, the performance of early music has undergone a remarkable transformation. What was once a highly specialized activity is now a major facet of professional music making, garnering the attention of an ever-growing, international audience. Specialists in early music are consistently involved in a dynamic range of activities, including solo and ensemble performance, research and writing, program planning, preparation of performing editions and historically-informed arrangements, and ensemble direction and teaching. USC Thornton’s graduate degree programs in Early Music Performance immerse students in all facets of the profession, ensuring that graduates posses ample knowledge and expertise to launch their own careers in early music anywhere in the world.

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Houston Early Music Festival to Welcome Ciaramella

January 12, 2015

Ciaramella

Ciaramella, the early music ensemble led by USC Thornton faculty Rotem and Adam Gilbert, will travel to Texas for a performance on Sun., Feb. 15 at Houston’s First Evangelical Lutheran Church. Broadway World mentioned the performance, noting that in 2014 the Gilberts received the prestigious Thomas Binkley Award from Early… read more

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