• February 25, 2017

    A mom says her young pianist is learning to play by ear, should she make him stick to the score? Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of Music has the answer.

    Posted 2/25/2017 8:00:33 AM

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  • February 18, 2017

    What makes an adagio an adagio? That’s the question for Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of Music.

    Posted 2/18/2017 8:00:04 AM

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  • February 4, 2017

    Renaissance painters maintained studios where other artists were sometimes hired to complete their works, have any composers done the same thing? That’s the question for Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of Music and the Glorya Kaufman School of Dance on Ask the Dean.

    Posted 2/4/2017 8:00:54 AM

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  • January 28, 2017

    The bass … times two. Why do we call it the double bass? That’s the question for Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of music and Kaufman School of Dance on this week’s installment of Ask the Dean.

    Posted 1/28/2017 8:00:12 AM

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  • January 21, 2017

    Are there classical careers for non-musicians? That’s the question for Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of Music.

    Posted 1/21/2017 8:00:15 AM

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  • January 14, 2017

    Horn concertos written in the 18th and early 19th century were almost always written in the key of E flat, why is that? That’s the question for Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of Music.

    Posted 1/14/2017 8:00:30 AM

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  • January 7, 2017

    USC has a dance school now, but aren’t the prospective students at an age where they should be joining a company? That’s the question for Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of Music and the Glorya Kaufman School of Dance.

    Posted 1/7/2017 8:00:46 AM

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