Posts Tagged ‘Early Music’


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January 1, 2019

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Fall Concert & Event Preview

August 29, 2018

From Bernstein to Boulez, USC Thornton presents an exciting semester of concerts and events, most of which are free.


Valedictorian Rose Campion Brings Love of Music to Neighborhood Schools

May 9, 2018

The 2018 valedictorian has helped spread the joy of music through USC Thornton’s Community Engagement Programs.


Thornton alumni form the Delirium Musicum Chamber Orchestra

April 5, 2018

Violinist and USC Thornton alumnus Etienne Gara has recently teamed with a number of Thornton alumni to form the Delirium Musicum Chamber Orchestra, a conductorless ensemble focused on music from the Baroque through the contemporary. The group’s roster includes violinists Mishkar Núñez-Fredell (MM ’09, DMA ’17), Yu-Eun Kim (GCRT ’17), and Sun Jung Lee (DMA… Continue reading Thornton alumni form the Delirium Musicum Chamber Orchestra


William E. Rutherford memorial to be held January 27

January 18, 2018

William E. Rutherford (1929-2017) was an esteemed and renowned scholar, writer, and professor of Linguistics at USC for thirty years. He was also a musician and performed early music on the harpsichord and organ. In the 1960s, he formed the Musica Pacifica ensemble with Shirley Marcus, Ruth Adams, Morris Newman, and others, and the group… Continue reading William E. Rutherford memorial to be held January 27


DMA candidate Marylin Winkle wins award at the 12th annual SCENIES

October 23, 2017

Marylin Winkle, a DMA candidate in the USC Thornton Early Music Performance program, has received a “Scenie” award in the category of Outstanding Original Music & Live Performance for her work on the Skylight Theatre’s production of Lord of the Underworld’s Home for Unwed Mothers. Winkle composed and performed cello interludes for the play, with… Continue reading DMA candidate Marylin Winkle wins award at the 12th annual SCENIES


USC Thornton Welcomes New Faculty

September 12, 2017

An impressive group of artists and educators have joined the USC Thornton faculty this fall.


Applications are now open for the LA Phil’s Hack Music LA

August 29, 2017

Applications are now open for Hack Music LA, a two-day event (October 7 & 8) that will bring together 75 of the country’s most creative makers to develop tools and experiences to expand music for all. The innovative, music-inspired hackathon is hosted by the LA Phil in partnership with the USC Thornton School of Music… Continue reading Applications are now open for the LA Phil’s Hack Music LA