Posts Tagged ‘Vocal Arts and Opera’

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Memories and Lessons Learned

May 5, 2022

As USC Thornton commences the spring 2022 semester, graduating seniors look back at their time as Thornton Ambassadors.

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Expanding the Definition of a Music School 

April 21, 2022

Robert Cutietta is stepping down as dean of the USC Thornton School of Music after 20 years of inspired service, and we look back on the school’s legacy of innovation.

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A Golden Opportunity

March 24, 2022

April’s live events at USC Thornton start off with a bang when GRAMMY Award-winning jazz group Yellowjackets performs with USC Thornton Winds on April 1.

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“All The Truths We Cannot See: A Chernobyl Story” premieres in the U.S. on April 21

March 23, 2022

USC Thornton collaborated with University of The Arts Helsinki’s Sibelius Academy to create production that will premiere at the USC Bing Theatre.

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Women in Music

March 16, 2022

In recognition of Women’s History Month, USC Thornton honors the talents, accomplishments and experiences of its female students, alumni, faculty and staff.

Places of Honor

March 10, 2022

Glenn Dicterow and Elizabeth Hynes are recognized with prestigious endowed faculty positions at USC Thornton.

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Dispatches From Helsinki: A USC Thornton Opera Blog

February 10, 2022

Join baritone and USC Thornton master’s student Lorenzo Zapata each week as he chronicles the staging of “All the Truths We Cannot See: A Chernobyl Story,” the new opera created in partnership between the USC Thornton School of Music and Uniarts Helsinki’s Sibelius Academy.

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USC Thornton swings into spring

February 3, 2022

Thornton ushers in the spring semester with a variety of events and performances that are open to in-person, limited capacity audiences.

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Reyna Gordon promoted to associate professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center

February 1, 2022

Vocal arts alum Dr. Reyna Gordon (BM ‘01) has been promoted to associate professor and awarded tenure in the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery. Gordon currently serves as one of the co-directors of the Vanderbilt Music Cognition Lab, where she leads an interdisciplinary research program focused on musicality… Continue reading Reyna Gordon promoted to associate professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Alondra Santos featured in Daily Trojan

November 15, 2021

Alondra Santos, a sophomore in the USC Thornton Vocal Arts program, was recently featured in a Daily Trojan article discussing her background as a mariachi performer and its influence on her artistry as a singer-songwriter. The piece also explores the close student-mentor relationship that Santos has established with vocals arts & opera faculty member Elizabeth… Continue reading Alondra Santos featured in Daily Trojan