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Thornton sophomore to premiere “My Favorite Part,” her latest single.
The organization hopes to expose underserved people to classical music.
The Songwriter’s Theater is set to open on March 24 by the popular music program.
The special showcase on Wednesday served as the music students’ midterms.
Located at LA Live, the GRAMMY Museum features over 30,000 square feet of exhibits.
The artist has previously worked with philanthropies specializing in education.
The program, spearheaded by Professor Ruth Weisberg, brings Israeli artists to campus.
Composers Andrew Norman and Ted Hearne will begin teaching at USC’s Thornton School of Music.
Bob Mintzer, the chair of the jazz studies department in the Thornton School of Music, conducts the concert jazz orchestra Monday night at the Carson Television Center. The concert was led by Jason Goldman and paid tribute to the legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock.
While many undergraduate students search for a path on which to travel, some talented and dedicated individuals are lucky enough to have found their passion and are seeing their aspirations become reality. Brandon Combs and Devon Eisenbarger are two such lucky individuals who, on Dec. 10, performed on stage at the American Country Awards with […]