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The society for singers at Warwick!

VocSoc is a fun and relaxed platform for singers at Warwick where all genres and all abilities are welcome.

Every week we hold a rehearsal session to give members the opportunity to work on both solo and group arrangements of different songs. These sessions are completely shaped by our members - whatever song you fancy for the week, let us know and we will give it a go! Also, if you've found or created arrangements yourself, we would love for you to the lead the group and show us what you've got!  

For those of you who are interested in getting more experience on stage these sessions will give you the chance to perform to a friendly crowd each week and we will also encourage and support you if you want to try out the open mic night scene on and off campus.

At the same time, if you just enjoy singing and want to come and sing along to some great songs each week and make some fantastic new friends, that's what we're here for too!

Remember to follow us on our social medias to keep up to date with our sessions and social events!

 

 

Video Transcript: 

Hi everyone, we are VocSoc, and we are Warwick’s chill singing society! This means we hold no auditions and we are open to all abilities – if you enjoy singing, this is the society for you. Just rock up on the day, we will teach you a few simple harmonies, a few simple melodies, songs picked by you, for you to enjoy. It is just a great way to meet likeminded people and release some endorphins! 

*VocSoc singing "She's so lovely" by Scouting for Girls. 

Hi, I'm Lucy and I am the music director of VocSoc. What that means is every week I will choose the theme, put a poll on the Facebook group with a few starting suggestions, then during the week, the members of VocSoc will vote for the songs they want to sing, or they can add their own suggestions as well to fit in with the theme. That means that everybody gets a say as to what we sing during the sessions - that is one really nice thing about Vocsoc, it is really inclusive and it means we are all singing what we want to be singing because we have chosen the songs ourselves and thats one really, really nice part about it! 

*VocSoc singing "Chocolate" by the 1975.

Hi, my name’s Tara and I’m the Social Sec for VocSoc. Normally, we would hold a couple of events per term including circling, which is a fun opportunity to dress up and drink; alcoholic or not, there is no pressure whatsoever and it is completely your choice, as well as open mic nights at Kelseys in Leamington where you can perform as a solo or a group and some sober events which should hopefully include some free pizza.Obviously, this term might look a bit different with social distancing but I will do my best to keep everybody safe and connected and I hope to see some of you soon.

*Charlotte singing "Make you feel my love" by Adele at a VocSoc open mic*

Thank you for watching! We hope to see you soon at our next session, which will be advertsied on our Facebbok, Instagram and Twitter @WarwickVocSoc. 

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