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USC Thornton @ Discover USC Open House

Discover USC provides prospective undergraduate students and their families an opportunity to get to know USC better by meeting admission counselors, representatives from various academic departments, and other prospective students and their parents. 

USC Thornton will host the following sessions (RSVP required):

The Classical Experience

  • 1:30 – 2:45PM - Ramo Recital Hall (BMH 100)
  • 3:00 – 4:15PM - Ramo Recital Hall (BMH 100)

The Division of Classical Performance & Composition offers a wide variety of programs that blend the rigors of a traditional conservatory-style education with the benefits of studying at a leading research university.  Join us for a more in-depth look at the rich traditions of these programs in a presentation featuring student performances, faculty, and information on our application and audition process.

The Contemporary Experience

  • 1:30 – 2:45PM - Carson Stage (CTV 136A)
  • 3:00 – 4:15PM - Carson Stage (CTV 136A)

The Division of Contemporary Music offers unique undergraduate programs in Jazz Studies, Popular Music, Music Production and Music Industry.  Under the direction of exceptional faculty, our students develop as artists, professionals and human beings as they prepare for careers in music.  Join us for a more in-depth look at the rich traditions of these programs in a presentation featuring student performances, faculty, and information on our application and audition process.

Am I Crazy? Pursuing Music in the 21st Century

  • 10:00 – 11:15AM - Ramo Recital Hall (BMH 100)

A professional music career evolves over the lifetime of a musician, often in surprising and unpredictable ways.  Most musicians combine various jobs or professions both to support their immediate lifestyle and to realize a fulfilling long-term career.  Prospective undergraduate students and families are invited to join Brittany Jimenez, Associate Director for Undergraduate Admission, for a discussion about why you are not crazy for pursuing music in the 21st century.
 

A free RSVP is required. Visit: http://admission.usc.edu/firstyear/prospective/discoverusc.html