USC Thornton faculty and alumni — from artists to composers to industry professionals representing winners — receive more than 15 awards.
With musical accompaniment from the USC Thornton Chamber Singers, the USC president offers a special greeting to the Trojan Family. Watch the video.
With finals starting next week, music on USC’s Classical California network can help students reduce stress, soothe insomnia and better absorb new information.
USC Thornton alums Ella Collier and Sam Vendig wrote “We Came to Bring the Fire,” which has its official release on Friday.
The nominations come from across the school’s departments and include several first-time nominees.
“We Came to Bring the Fire” makes its debut at Saturday’s football game against Utah.
Saturday’s performance is just the latest connection between the Spirit of Troy and the entertainment giant.
The station — part of the USC-operated network that’s the most-listened-to group of classical music stations in the country — is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
USC Thornton has embraced and contributed to the growing industry of video game scoring.
Radio host and USC Thornton alumna Michelle Maestas Simonsen takes on new role as program director at Seattle station KING.