Here are your opportunities for term three!

NTU Music has another busy term before the end of the academic year and there is something for everyone to get involved with.

NTU Music has another busy term before the end the academic year and there is something for everyone to get involved with. So, whether you want to sing in the choir, dance along to the Big Band or compete with the NTU Brass Band at the Whit Friday marches, why not sign yourself up?

Join the NTU Choir and perform in the Albert Hall

The NTU Choir has an exciting term ahead which will conclude with a fantastic concert at Nottingham’s Albert Hall. The choir is made up of students, staff and members of the local community and welcomes singers of all abilities. They rehearse on Wednesday evenings at the NTU Music Centre on the City Campus and perform a fun mix of music for all tastes. Email the music team and find out more.

Watch the best of NTU’s bands battling against each other at the Students’ Union

On Friday 19 May, come and see the best of the NTU Band Programme battling to be crowned the best NTU band in front of a panel of leading music industry experts at The Level at the Students’ Union. The evening will feature bands of all genres, from rock and pop to experimental world music. Tickets will be £3 for NTU students.  Find out more here .

Join the NTU Big Band for a fantastic evening of entertainment

Following the success of their gig at the Students’ Union earlier this year, the NTU Big Band will be performing once again on Tuesday 16 May. Featuring music by Frank Sinatra, Michael Bublé and more, it will be a great chance to the sing and dance along to a swing and jazz band live in the Students’ Union. Tickets are just £3 for NTU students! Find out more here .

Calling all university brass players: the NTU Brass Band are recruiting!

Starting as a quintet in 2013, the NTU Brass Band has grown considerably over the last couple of years. As the band has grown, so has their profile and they now regularly perform at prestigious events across the university and country, including the various graduation ceremonies throughout the year and at the world's only university brass band competition, Unibrass. The band are an un-auditioned group and welcome brass players of all abilities.

On Friday 9 June, the Brass Band will travel up to Saddleworth to compete in the prestigious Whit Friday Marches. They will be joined by the NTU Drumline, who will march alongside them through the village. The band are especially looking to recruit tenor horn players, however, all instruments are welcomed!

Email the NTU Music team if you would like to join this friendly ensemble!

If you are interested in any of the above, please email the music department, or visit the NTU Music website to find out more.

Here are your opportunities for term three!

Published on 29 March 2017
  • Category: Culture; Music

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