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The early music ensemble Ciaramella’s forthcoming CD ventures “toward modern times” with dance melodies from musicians who lived from the 1500s into the Baroque era.
For two recent nights, Classical KUSC host Alan Chapman had the Walt Disney Concert Hall stage to himself, charming audiences eager to learn more about classical music.
The inaugural class of the USC Thornton School of Music’s Popular Music program matriculated four years ago with high expectations.
For 43 years, music has been Arthur Bartner’s life. During this time, he has produced great tunes as director of the USC Trojan Marching Band and, in the spring, the USC Concert Band.
A collaboration between two longtime institutions has led to The Songwriters Hall of Fame Master Sessions at the USC Thornton School of Music.
Recognizing the opportunity to cater to musicians who were not seeking to pursue the traditional classical and jazz genres offered in typical university music programs, the USC Thornton School of Music founded the Popular Music program in the fall of 2009.
The Music Copyright Infringement Resource, a meticulously curated online archive of hundreds of music copyright infringement cases, is moving to the USC Gould School of Law.
The USC all-male a cappella group Trojan Men brings new meaning to being a Trojan through their music video “Trojans for Life.”
Sophomores Bryan and Justin Yee perform for rival marching bands — USC and UCLA, respectively — but the twins don’t let that get in the way of their brotherly relationship.
The music from a very modern marching band accompanies the primitive adventures of an animated film’s titular family in DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods.