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LSE SU Music Society

The LSE SU Music Society is a vibrant society which provides a broad range of musical activities and opportunities. Catering for a range of tastes from rock to baroque, the Music Society arranges jazz evenings, classical concerts and open-mic nights, takes part in student musicals and films at the LSE, as well as collaborating with many other societies on campus.

The core groups are the LSE Choir and LSE Orchestra, but there are countless other smaller ensembles including the renowned ‘Houghtones’ A capella group, Chamber Choir, Jazz Band, Concert Band, Asian Music Group and many more.

As a member you will gain information on how to join the LSE Choir and Orchestra, and rights to book the music practice room. Through our chamber group networking system, you will have opportunities to meet other musicians in the LSE community and make music together.This networking system is how some of our best and most active bands, chamber groups, and vocal harmony groups have been born.

Whether you are interested in performing, listening or anything else musical, the Music Society is your gateway to the music scene at the LSE.

Committee 2016/17

Leadership of the LSE SU Music Society

Hello! I'm Sohum and I'm extremely passionate about promoting music around LSE to musicians and non-musicians alike. I come from a diverse musical background with formal training in Western classical music in both piano and voice. As tenor I've performed at the Royal Albert Hall with the BBC Singers, and recently went on tour to China. I have some rather ambitious plans for this year and with the help of my excellent committee I'm sure Music at LSE will be as memorable as ever. 

president@lsesumusic.com

Hi all! I'm Polly, a music-obsessed first year History student.

I play violin and piano, and went to a music school for 9 years prior to arriving at the LSE. I can’t wait to meet you all, and to carry on developing our vibrant and friendly musical community. 





vp@lsesumusic.com

Hi everyone, my name is Jack Thiemel and I am General Course student from Georgetown University. I'm primarily a vocalist, but will wholeheartedly attempt to play any instrument that doesn't have strings. The Music Society has dozens of concerts, trips, and open mic nights all for you - so come on out and have some fun!




vp@lsesumusic.com

Hey! I’m Brian, a second year Management student from Hong Kong. I am a pianist and I took part in a wide range of activities ranging from solos, trios and piano concerti. This year I’d like to venture into Jazz Piano, and as a committee member I look forward to  working with you all to create an unforgettable year of musical adventures. 

secretary@lsesumusic.com

Hello! I'm Brandon, a General Course student from the United States. I'm a classical violist as well as a Business Management major concentrating in Economics and Finance. I'll be managing the Music Society's accounts, raising funds, and collaborating with the whole committee to make sure that your time with us is packed with fun and music!

treasurer@lsesumusic.com

Hey, I’m JP, a Government and Economics Fresher from the football town of Dortmund in Germany. I have been playing the tenor saxophone and the piano in various jazz and rock formations over the last years. I will be organising various unmissable social events and am very keen to further develop the vibrant music community at LSE. Stay tuned!
 

social@lsesumusic.com

Hi, I'm Nicole, a second year Economics student and I have been singing and playing the violin since I was 8. Choir has always been a part of my life and I love being an Alto! Looking forward to seeing everyone at all the activities we have lined up for the year!



choir@lsesumusic.com  

Hi I'm Ong, an Economics 2nd year student from Singapore and I've been playing the cello for many years in string ensembles back home. I'm really looking forward to working with the different chamber groups this coming year and pushing initiatives to promote Chamber Music. Come join us, showcase your talents and meet others who share the same passion for chamber music!

chambermusic@lsesumusic.com

Hi! I'm a General Course student from Williams College, and I've been an alto saxophonist in the Williams Jazz Ensemble for the past two years. As the Head of Jazz, I want to grow the LSE jazz community through formal ensembles, jam sessions, and casual events throughout the year. Looking forward to working with everyone!

jazz@lsesumusic.com

Hi! I'm a Mathematics and Economics fresher from the never-sleeping city of Shanghai. I'm a pianist, guitarist, a singer-songwriter and a huge fan of Indie, Folk and Jazz. I will be in charge of Open Mic events happening in Tuns, the Student Union bar. Currently searching for talented performers!


livemusic@lsesumusic.com

Hi, I'm Sam and I'm in my second year studying for an economics degree. I'm a violinist through and through and like to think I'm good at it, though my neighbours may think otherwise. I'm from the London Borough of Ealing originally and love this City and all that comes with it. I'm the orchestra leader and committee liaison officer for this year so feel free to ask me any questions!

orchestra@lsesumusic.com

Hi everyone! I'm Natalie, a third year law student from Hong Kong, I love to sing and I'm so excited to bring everyone some acapella goodness this year. The Houghtones are hard at work putting pieces together for your personal enjoyment - watch this space for our upcoming performances!


acappella@lsesumusic.com

My name is Arjun and I’m a final year Economics student from London. Over the last couple of years I have been actively involved in all the LSE vocal groups and hope to take the Chamber Choir in particular to new heights this year as its Director/Conductor. With years of experience and an interest in sacred music and close harmony, I am keen to tap into the wealth of talent this year at LSE. Looking forward to meeting everyone!

chamberchoir@lsesumusic.com

Hi! I'm Mythili and I'm a first year undergraduate student from Malaysia. I love playing the piano and enjoy making music covers. As the head of Asian Music and will be coordinating the Asian Music Circle at LSE! I want to promote Asian music through concerts and casual social events. Feel free to contact me if you have any queries.

amcircle@lsesumusic.com