Student societies

Gilbert and Sullivan's 'Patience' on 11-12 March at 19:30 at Cardiff Students' Union.

Cardiff University Operatic Society presents Patience

Posted on 2 March 2016 by Jessica Kelly

Kathryn Robson, a 3rd year BMus student and Patience director, tells us about this upcoming production… Whilst the beginning of March approaches, Cardiff University Operatic Society have been busy preparing ourselves for the opening night of this year’s main production, Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience. Cast, crew and production team have been working tirelessly for months
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Fringe Music Showcase wins Best Society Collaboration

Posted on 12 May 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Patrick Reardon-Morgan, President of the Music Society and a 3rd-year music student, on a recent awards success… “Triumph for seven of Cardiff’s music societies, who last Friday (8 May 2015) took home the Students’ Union’s prize for Best Society Collaboration. “The Music, Operatic, Jazz, Brass Band, Blank Verse, City of Cardiff Concert Band and Healthcare
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Busy year for Cardiff University Wind Ensemble

Posted on 16 April 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Composer and conductor Martin Humphries studied here for his BMus and his MMus in Composition. He is currently undertaking PhD research in composition. He’s also been conductor of the successful Cardiff University Wind Ensemble for the past two years and he’s here to tell us about the Ensemble’s recent activities… “Following two very enjoyable days
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MuSoc in Paris

Posted on 27 January 2015 by Jessica Kelly

“For the first time in its recent history the Music Society is going abroad – to Paris, the City of Light. Travelling by Eurostar, students will have the opportunity to visit such iconic musical venues as the Palais Garnier and Théâtre des Champs Élysées, as well as Parisian landmarks the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame cathedral.
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Third-year extravaganza

Posted on 4 April 2014 by Jessica Kelly

The student-run Music Society organises free Lunchtime Concerts on Thursdays during the academic year to give students opportunities to take to the stage regularly. The concerts give valuable experience to all involved, whether as performers or accompanists. It’s become something of a tradition for final-year undergraduates to give a group performance – an extravaganza as
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Spreading their wings: Cardiff University Operatic Society take flight with Mozart’s The Magic Flute

Posted on 24 March 2014 by Jessica Kelly

Kate Willetts, 2nd year BA Music As the final week in March approaches, Cardiff University Operatic Society are gearing themselves up to face their biggest challenge to date. After months of planning and hard work, they are taking on Mozart’s classic fairytale The Magic Flute, and they mean business. Over the past three years they have grown
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