Performance opportunities at Keele University

The musical life on Keele’s campus is vibrant and diverse, and the activities of our Music and Music Technology students are at its heart. Each season, major international performers come to Keele to play and sing in the Keele Concerts Society series. Music and Music Technology students get FREE tickets to these events. The Keele Music Forum, organized by Music and Music Technology, complements this activity with recitals, workshops and research seminars.

Our student-led performing societies present an impressive annual programme of further concerts and events, and offer a diversity of performing opportunities to Keele students. Whether you are a serious performer, or someone just looking to do a little bit of playing while at Keele, there is a society for you.

 

Professionally-conducted societies:

  • Keele Philharmonic Orchestra*
  • Keele Voices*
  • Keele Concert Band
  • Keele Brass Band

* The Keele Philharmonic Orchestra and Voices are conducted by Music & Music Technology’s Conducting Fellow, Edward Farmer.

 

Student directed societies include:

  • Keele Flute Choir
  • Keele Jazz Band
  • Keele Music Technology Society
  • Keele Show Choir
  • Sticks and Stuff: Keele Percussion Society
  • Keele Symphonia

 

Other significant performing groups that are not student societies at the University include:

  • Keele Bach Choir
  • Keele Chapel Singers
  • Keele Big Band
  • Keele Revelation Rock Choir

Further details of these student societies, including how to join them, can be found here on the KeeleSU website.

Read more about forthcoming concerts and events.