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January 2018
“Music can name the unnameable and communicate the unknowable.”
– Leonard Bernstein

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Bernstein’s MASS brings profound messages of peace and unity

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Single tickets and discounted Group tickets are on sale now for the School of Music’s biggest event ever, happening March 2, 3, 4.
Profound messages of peace and unity are deeply embedded into the music and the texts of one of America’s most seminal dramatic musical works, the epic MASS of Leonard Bernstein. Time has revealed MASS to be a visionary piece that continues to be relevant and move audiences. Themes of faith, doubt and tolerance, and the work’s powerful message of hope, renewal and unity through peace and understanding, is explored through journeys both spiritual and secular. The epic stage production includes two orchestras, a rock band, a blues band, choirs, singers, dancers and actors. Learn more and buy tickets.
By arrangement with Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., Sole Agent for Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Company LLC, publisher and copyright owner.

Sat, Jan, 20, 7:30 p.m.
Honors Voice Recital
School of Music Recital Hall – Free
Study Voice at USC. Learn about it.

Sun, Jan 21, 3:00 p.m.
Christopher Berg Faculty Guitar Recital
School of Music Recital Hall – Free
Christopher Berg received his training at the Peabody Conservatory of Music with Aaron Shearer, in masterclasses with Andrés Segovia at the University of Southern California, and at the Schola Cantorum Basilensis in Switzerland. He has performed recitals in Carnegie Recital Hall and Merkin Hall in New York in addition to hundreds of recital and concerto appearances throughout the U.S. including the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago. For this concert, professor Berg performs music by J. S. Bach, Leo Brouwer, Alexandre Tansman and more.
Study Guitar at USC. Learn about it.

Mon, Jan 22, 6:00 p.m.
Yuriy Leonovich Guest Artist Cello Recital
School of Music Recital Hall – Free
Yuriy Leonovich is an active proponent of Eastern European, Spanish, Soviet-era, and new music. His compositions and arrangements have been played in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia/Oceania by Massimo La Rosa, Brian Thornton, the Spirale Piano Trio, the New Zealand viola ensemble Viola Viva: The Next Generation and others. Leonovich holds the assistant cello professor position at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC.
Study Strings at USC. Learn about it.

Mon, Jan 22, 7:30 p.m.
Jennifer Parker-Harley Faculty Flute Recital
School of Music Recital Hall – Free
An active recitalist and prizewinner in several national competitions including the 1998 and 2001 National Flute Association’s Young Artist Competitions, Jennifer Parker-Harley appears as a frequent performer at the NFA’s annual convention and in schools and music series across the country. An experienced orchestral flutist, she was a member of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra in Ohio for eight years before moving to South Carolina.
Study Woodwinds at USC. Learn about it.

Tue, Jan 23, 7:30 p.m.
Charles Fugo Faculty Piano Recital
School of Music Recital Hall – Free
USC professor of piano, Charles Fugo has played collaborative recitals at New York City’s Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and has recorded three CDs in collaborations with Lenny Schranze, viola, Craig Butterfield, double bass, and Robert Jesselson, cello. He has appeared as soloist with the South Carolina Philharmonic, the South Carolina Chamber Orchestra, and the Florence (S.C.), Charleston (S.C.) and Temple (Texas) Symphony Orchestras.
Study Piano at USC. Learn about it.

Fri, Jan 26, 7:30 p.m.
Duo Cortona with the USC Percussion Studio: Duets and Concertos
School of Music Recital Hall – Free
Arrive early as hall fills to capacity for this popular series. USC faculty Rachel Calloway, mezzo-soprano, and Ari Streisfeld, violin, two of contemporary music’s most notable performers, comprise this unusual and surprisingly versatile duo. Calloway and Streisfeld perform engaging works written for Duo Cortona and are joined by members of the USC Percussion Ensemble in concertos by two of the 20th century’s most important composers: György Ligeti’s folk- and avant-garde inspired song cycle Síppal, dobbal, nádihegedüvel (With Pipes, Drums, and Fiddles) and Lou Harrison’s Concerto for Violin and Percussion Orchestra, a colorful synthesis of Eastern and Western musical traditions.
Learn about the Southern Exposure New Music Series.

Sat, Jan 27, 11:00 a.m.
Suzuki Strings at USC Teacher Recital
Greene St. Church (corner of Assembly and Greene St.)
Learn about Suzuki Strings at USC.

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