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We are a music society based at the University of Nottingham, working with the local community to raise funds for charity and performance opportunities for students.
We make some pretty great music. In fact, our Wind Orchestra won a Platinum Award at the NCBF final 2019.
As well as making some great music, we are all keen to make new friends and socialise. We put on many socials throughout the year, so keep an eye out if you want to join in!
😃 About Us
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Welcome to Blowsoc! We are a music society for people who play Woodwind, Brass, Percussion, Double Bass, or Big Band Jazz. Blowsoc is happy to welcome anyone who is interested in playing music with us, from those that have never picked up an instrument before to those that have completed diplomas. And we are of course not limited to only Music students — in fact three of executive committee members are Mathematicians! Be sure to drop us a message if you’re interested in joining the society or want to find out more about what we do.
👪 Meet the Committee
These are the executive committee members that do the day-by-day running of the society.
Hannah plays the Oboe but likes to dabble with other woodwind instruments too. When not playing music she is being a Geographer; climbing mountains, wading in lakes and collecting algae!
I'm a second year music student, first study piano but play the trumpet too. Can always be found in the music department and have been known to nap in the common room! Feel free to contact me (especially with anything LTC related)! :)
Jed is a 3rd year music technology student, playing trombone in a lot of the ensembles. A friendly face who enjoys spitting biscuit crumbs down his trombone.
Publicity and Marketing Officer
Adam's first instrument is clarinet. In his spare time he does publicity things and perhaps other things too. He occasionally goes outside, but not often.
Catherine is a third year music student who plays flute. In her spare time she likes to play the piano and take part in many different music ensembles.