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The Spring 2020 semester at USC Thornton brings with it an impressively packed calendar of events – masterclasses, concerts, forums, operas, recitals, galas – all marked by the uncompromising talent of the students, alumni and faculty. Take a look at just a few of the many events in store, and join us for a memorable […]
Another school year is here, and the USC Thornton School of Music has an amazing semester of events planned. This semester’s concerts, masterclasses, and more are a testament to the artistry and versatility of USC Thornton’s incredible student musicians. USC Thornton Fall 2019 Event Highlights
On Sunday, April 14, a farewell concert at Disney Hall honors distinguished professor and composer’ s 50+ years with USC, while showcasing USC Thornton musicians. Download PDF>
In its continuing commitment to a virtuosic education for musicians, USC Thornton will unveil a new educational model for classical music beginning in the Fall of 2019. Download PDF >
This Spring’s events are marked by a uniquely collaborative spirit at the USC Thornton School of Music with concerts planned across departments, ensembles, and even schools. Download PDF >
Love, indeed, conquers all who step onto the island of the sorceress Alcina – but in George Frideric Handel’s exquisite opera seria of the same title, love takes on an almost frightening magic. This Thursday through Sunday, the celebrated USC Thornton Opera program will present Handel’s Alcina in four performances at USC’s Bing Theatre. Download […]
Distinguished violinist Pamela Frank joins USC Thornton faculty in collaboration with prominent physical therapist Howard Nelson
Pamela Frank, an internationally renowned violinist and pedagogue, will teach graduate students in violin while notable physical therapy specialist Howard Nelson will lead wellness events and evaluations for Strings students during the 2018-2019 school year. Download the full release as a PDF >
The USC Thornton School of Music, Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles (ICYOLA) and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) have teamed up to launch a post-graduate fellowship program for musicians from underrepresented communities on the verge of launching careers in orchestral performance. Download the PDF >
“The Triumph of Life” is the jubilant title of USC Thornton’s first official concert of the 2017-18 academic year, marking the return of maestro Carl St.Clair as he leads the USC Thornton Symphony through a spirited program of Mahler and Prokofiev (Friday, Sep. 8th at Bovard Auditorium, 7:30PM). It’s a fitting theme, however, for an […]
The USC Thornton School of Music, continuing to reimagine music education in the 21st century, is unveiling five innovative new master’s degree programs, in Arts Leadership, Community Music, Contemporary Teaching Practice, Music Industry, and Screen Scoring. Download the release here.