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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 20, 2015
USC Thornton Musicology professor Sean Nye recently released a scholarly publication about Hartmut Esslinger, the first lead designer for the Apple corporation. Esslinger worked at Apple with Steve Jobs from 1982-1986 and also designed with companies such as Sony and Microsoft. Sean Nye is a Provost’s Postdoctoral Scholar in the… read more