Posts Tagged ‘Early Music’

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Spring 2023 Live Events Preview

January 26, 2023

The spring 2023 semester holds a tremendous array of live programs on campus and in Los Angeles.

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A Return to Form

May 25, 2022

Looking back on an amazing spring 2022 semester at USC Thornton including the return of live performances.

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2022 Outstanding Graduates

May 13, 2022

USC Thornton students in composition, choral music, musicology and violin performance are recognized for distinction.

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IN CONVERSATION WITH | Bruce Alan Brown and Lisa de Alwis

March 31, 2022

The IN CONVERSATION WITH | series profiles the careers, accomplishments and relationships of USC Thornton faculty and alumni.

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The Process: Robert Wang

March 3, 2022

For USC Thornton Classical Guitar major Robert Wang, delving into the history of his instrument adds a new layer of understanding and appreciation for its evolution and its predecessors over the last few centuries.

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Sharing the Stage with Family

February 24, 2022

USC Thornton boasts a month of live events featuring a series of popular music program showcases, including a senior showcase at LA’s legendary El Rey Theatre.

Months Marked by Collaboration, Accomplishment and Opportunity

December 10, 2021

Take a look back at the moments that defined the fall 2021 semester at USC Thornton.

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Reservations Now Open to Audiences for USC Thornton Signature Series Events

October 20, 2021

Select events for the Fall 2021 semester will stream on Thornton/LIVE with limited in-person audiences.

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Maxine Eilander

August 30, 2021

Maxine is adjunct professor of historical harps at the USC Thornton School of Music. She has most recently started working on a project of harp and violin music by little known female composers of the Classical and Romantic periods with violinist Tekla Cunningham. 

Fall 2019 Event Preview

September 3, 2019

With over 80 extraordinary events, this semester’s concerts are a testament to the versatility and artistry of our incredible student musicians.