USC Thornton Chamber Singers

Tram Sparks, conductor

Three USC Thornton students stand on top of a fancy looking stage with pedestals at the sides while four other students sitting on the steps ahead.
Two USC Thorntons in black concert attire sing onstage with the rest of the Chamber Singers.

The USC Thornton Chamber Singers have been hailed as a model of excellence since their inception in 1939. Conductors of the ensemble have included Max Krone, Charles Hirt, James Vail, Rodney Eichenberger, William Dehning, Paul Salamunovich and Jo-Michael Scheibe. Recipients of the 2015 America Prize in choral performance, the Chamber Singers have performed at the 2015 American Choral Director Association National Conference (ACDA) in Salt Lake City, the 2014 ACDA Western Division Conference in Santa Barbara, CA, the 2014 XII International Festival of Choral Music in Beijing and were one of twenty-five choirs selected to perform at the X World Symposium on Choral Music in Seoul, South Korea. Tours have taken them to Ireland, Taiwan, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, New Zealand and Australia.

USC Thornton Chamber Singers perform Mid-Winter Songs by Morten Lauridsen