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The USC Thornton School of Music’s Wind Ensemble will appear on an upcoming episode of the KCET-TV series Open Call.
Guitar virtuoso Pepe Romero digs into his Spanish roots for his new solo album, Spanish Nights.
Violinist Glenn Dicterow, concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, and his wife, Karen Dreyfus, an acclaimed violist who teaches at the Manhattan School of Music, will join the USC Thorton School of Music faculty in fall 2013.
On the afternoon of April 13, USC senior Natalie Anguili and other USC students, faculty members and staff were greeted by an unfamiliar sight in the middle of the International Plaza of the Ronald Tutor Campus Center: an upright piano painted by muralist Kent Twitchell.
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism professor Josh Kun has curated Trouble in Paradise: Music and Los Angeles 1945-1975, the first large-scale exhibition on Los Angeles music by a local museum.
While the Los Angeles Philharmonic is accustomed to premiering new works from noted composers, it is rare for the music to come from within the orchestra.
Career preparation is an important component of any student’s college experience, and musicians are no exception.
The USC Thornton School of Music’s Board of Councilors has selected 29 students for its 2012 Mentorship Program.
The Hunger Games, the record-setting blockbuster based on the bestselling young adult series, includes a celebrated soundtrack of artists Neko Case, Taylor Swift and The Decemberists.
When Ralph Kirshbaum accepted the Piatigorsky Endowed Chair in Violoncello at USC in 2007, the furthest thing from his mind was starting an international festival in Los Angeles.