On the horizon: bright futures
Successful musicians of the future need to do so much more than play music. In addition to being virtuoso performers with distinct artistic voices, they need to function as digital-savvy technicians and entrepreneurs. We equip artists with the portfolio of skills they need to thrive.
The Classical ReDesign
We’ve created a new model of classical music education for undergraduates by rethinking what it means to be a virtuoso in the 21st century.
Thornton in Los Angeles
Students are only a subway ride away from professional companies in their field that are among the finest in the world.
The Process: filmUSiCStudents from USC Thornton and USC School of Cinematic Arts combined original compositions and animations in the live-to-picture concert, “filmUSiC.”
Delirium Musicum wins three S.F. Classical Voice Audience Choice Awards
Dan Caputo invited as Composer-in-Residence for Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music
Cellist Seth Parker Woods included in Pew Grant
Daniel Newman-Lessler conducts USC Thornton students in “Unforgettable Sunrise” premiere
Tue | 7:30 PM | Newman Recital Hall (AHF 151)
Thornton Edge, USC Thornton's new music ensemble under the direction of faculty member Donald Crockett, presents the world premiere of Thornton faculty member Mark Weiser's Lumina for eleven instruments and Frederic Rzewski's iconic Coming Together for baritone reciter and large ensemble.