It was an afternoon of positivity, good humor and a challenging piece of repertoire for members of the Class of 2024.
The sisterhood-themed Cypher Summit — presented by the USC Kaufman School of Dance and USC Visions and Voices — will mark Women’s History Month with dance performances and a party.
The pioneering Rivera has influenced the careers of artists all over the world. We asked three of our faculty members of Broadway acclaim to talk about her legacy.
The latest from The New York Times credits the founding of USC Kaufman in 2015 as a reason that Los Angeles is rising as a center of dance that now draws top performers and choreographers.
Collaboration and creativity reach a high point without the need for words.
Whether you’re a self-described Culture Vulture or a casual dance fan, USC Kaufman has a bevy of spring performances and events for your viewing pleasure.
USC Kaufman welcomes two new Artists in Residence and adds an acclaimed work of choreography to its prestigious repertory. Plus, a new multimedia project and world premieres by guests and faculty.
First Lady Jill Biden was intent on spreading cheer this holiday season. One idea drew inspiration from a new performance co-choreographed by USC Kaufman professor Josette Wiggan.
Hip Hop Across Borders on Thursday, December 21, marks the informal performance debut of USC Kaufman student-artists in Korea.
A new choreographers residency program is designed to facilitate alumni in the creation of three new works.
Earlier this semester, USC Kaufman BFA students shared the stage with Japanese musical sensation Yoshiki at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
The creative collaborative founded by USC Kaufman alums Jordan Johnson and Aidan Carberry (BFA ’19) will debut a new work as part of LADP Presents.
Joining USC is a homecoming for Swan, who grew up in South Central LA.
Preview some of the works of this semester’s culminating fall program.
Catching up with USC Kaufman alumna — and Broadway star — Ava Noble, as she recounts her experiences with & Juliet so far.
The dancer and choreographer, one of Korea’s most popular TV personalities, touched off a dynamic exchange of movement and culture during her weeklong residency.
The USC Kaufman professor and former “Hamilton” star is returning to an old dream: becoming a pop singer.
“You can be a very different artist at one point in your life and then evolve into something else.”
Earlier this fall, the USC community came out in force to celebrate a cultural phenomenon.
The cultural exchange brings one of Korea’s most popular and beloved TV and cultural personalities to the USC campus.
USC students and families basked in the quintessential fall experience.
Get a first look at our 2023 repertory. Admission is free. Registration required.
Ambar Matos Ortiz (BFA ‘25) recounts how her Latinx heritage has inspired her experience with dance and informed her artistic identity.
USC Kaufman welcomes seven new and returning choreographers for our fall 2023 repertory, which will be performed at the Bing Theatre.
The two-time Bessie Award winner is making her mark as a choreographer.
The “Hip Hop 50” series — presented by the USC Kaufman School of Dance and USC Visions and Voices — will mark hip-hop’s 50th anniversary with a three-part celebration that kicks off Wednesday.
We asked six faculty members who regularly teach aspects of Hip Hop dance and culture about the significance of USC’s upcoming festival and the 50-year anniversary.
USC Kaufman is thrilled to announce a wide array of exciting events taking place this fall, including performances, workshops and more!
Dean Julia Ritter talks about the new artistic residency with USC Kaufman alumni.
Shea Hancock (BFA ’25) recounts her experience collaborating with fellow artists for the Choreographers and Composers 2023 performance.
Visions and Voices presents the West Coast premiere.
The Cypher Summit is a biennial collective gathering of educators, scholars, students and dance practitioners who are invested in preserving and cultivating authentic hip-hop dance cultures in higher education.
A special collaboration between the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance and the USC Thornton School of Music, student choreographers and composers combine their talents for one unforgettable program.
Members of the BFA Classes of 2025 and 2026 present a program of original choreography that incorporates experimental elements of light, sound, and design.
USC students from a wide range of majors celebrate what they’ve learned during their fall dance elective courses, including Hip Hop, Bollywood, and more.
In the culminating performance of the Spring 2024 semester, USC Kaufman returns to the Bing Theater for a program that features our BFA students in world-premiere performances from some of the biggest names in dance.
The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance celebrates the Class of 2024 on Friday, May 10.