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The 18th Century soap opera
While stories of Greek gods may strike some as antiquated, the latest offering from the USC Thornton Opera Program, “Iphigénie en Tauride,” has a vividly contemporary edge.
Making the leap
Pierre Génisson left a stable position as principal clarinetist with the Orchestre de Bretagne in France to study at USC Thornton and pursue a career as a soloist.
New music shines in the projector’s beam
USC Thornton and the School of Cinematic Arts explore “visual music” in a performance with acclaimed composers, filmmakers, and musicians.
April 17, 2015
Several USC Thornton percussion students have been awarded placements with summer festival ensembles. Steve Logan (GRCT’ 15) won the position of principal timpani with the National Repertory Orchestra, while Johnathan Wisner (MM’16) won the principal timpani position with Bard College’s Orchestra Now in addition to a percussion spot with the… read more