New to this year, these recitals create an informal space where anyone can come and enjoy great music of all levels and genres. Every two weeks, non-ticketed, 6th Floor SU.
Formal evening concert in the Shaw Library that is a showcase of the most talented and aspiring soloists and groups. Twice a term, ticketed, Shaw Library.
Bands, groups, guitarists and soloists are all welcome to perform in the relaxed environment of The Tuns in the Saw Swee Hock. Twice a term, non-ticketed, The Tuns.
Join the Jazz Band to play in this concert or register as a small group/band to perform at this event. Typically one of the busiest concerts! Once a term, ticketed, The Venue.
A celebration of diversity and cultural talent at LSE, the Asian Music Concert is for those who are part of the Asian Music Circle network and love their traditional music styles. Lent Term.
Open to all students at LSE, the Evensong concert at Oxford is not to be missed. Evensong is one of the oldest British traditions in choral music making! Lent Term.
An intimate showcase of artistic talent throughout LSE. LSE Chill welcomes staff and students to an evening of relaxation hosted by LSE Arts at Café 54, NAB.
The success of SUperstar last year delights us in bringing it back once again! Judged by external guest judges, this competition is not only great fun but has a cash prize. Lent Term.
An all male a cappella group that has its roots in traditional English barbershop music and top hats. A semi-professional group that has produced recordings.
We're going to be heading to the Royal Opera House, National Theatre, RCM, RAH and Southbank Centres. Checkout our Around London page for a list of independent trips you can go on. Check our Facebook page for trip notifications for when we go as a society.