Peter Webster, scholar in residence in the department of Music Teaching and Learning, reflects on the school’s bold plan to transform music education.
Mentors from USC Thornton’s Community Engagement Program speak about why they do what they do—and why the program gives them hope for the future.
The choir festival is the culminating project for elementary school students who are part of the USC Thornton Community Engagement Program.
In the second part of our month-long look at USC Thornton’s Community Engagement Program, we highlight students bringing music and arts to local schools in the University Park area.
Judy Lewis, director of the K-12 Contemporary Teaching Practice master’s degree program, reflects on USC Thornton’s bold plan to transform music teacher education.
The ongoing success of the USC Thornton’s Community Engagement Program makes a case for music’s importance in a well-rounded academic curriculum.
Alumnus Benjamin Mitchell turned to Thornton’s Arts Leadership program to help launch the Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra, a conductorless ensemble that’s shaking up the classical music scene.
Which type of music education master’s program best suits your needs? Find out as we examine the different types of music teaching degrees available.
Which music career path is right for you? Learn about many of the different career paths available, what they offer, and how to get started.
These qualities that will help you identify whether the program you’re considering will meet your professional goals.