LSESU 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.
Our main groups are the LSE choir and LSE orchestra, but there are countless other smaller ensembles including the renowned ‘Houghtones’ A capella group, the Jadamari String Quartet 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.
For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the LSE SU Music Society website to join.
Music practice room
The Music practice room (MPR) is located in the Shaw Library, in the Old Building. It contains various musical instruments for students and staff to use, whether it's for pleasure or for practice towards a performance.
If you are interested in using the MPR you need to be a member of the LSESU music society. You can join the LSE SU Music Society at the ARC office in the Saw Swee Hock Building. Once you are a member, email email@example.com to request access to book the MPR online. Please allow time to be set up as a user: this can take approximately a week at peak times. More information is available at: Music Practice Room