Posts Tagged ‘Redesign’


Shelby Wong: The New Classical

January 31, 2019

USC Thornton’s new approach to classical music education gives students access to the expansive resources of a world-class university.


Annie Jacobs-Perkins: The New Classical

January 8, 2019

USC Thornton’s radical new approach to classical music education allows students to shape their own path by studying the things they love.


Theodosia Roussos: The New Classical

December 4, 2018

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Introducing The New Classical

December 2, 2018

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Theodosia Roussos: The New Classical

September 11, 2018

USC Thornton’s radical new approach to classical music education allows students to shape their own path by studying the things they love.


A New Model for Classical Music Education

August 21, 2018

The USC Thornton School of Music has created a new model of classical music education by rethinking what it means to be a virtuoso in the 21st century.


The New Classical at USC Thornton

August 20, 2018

The classical music profession is changing, and so is USC Thornton, which will introduce a new model for classical music education in Fall 2019.


Crossing A Digital Ocean

May 1, 2018

Katya Richardson, a junior in the Composition program, premieres work at Royal Opera House after using Skype to collaborate with British choreographer Charlotte Edmonds.


In Their Own Words

April 10, 2018

There are many things that make USC Thornton an extraordinary place to study music, but don’t take our word for it. Let our students tell you.


Francisco Fullana Awarded Avery Fisher Career Grant

March 27, 2018

Francisco Fullana, a Thornton alum and principal violinist of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, earns prestigious grant for young musicians with exceptional career potential.