Music Society of the University of Technology, Sydney (MuscUTS)

In July 2011 (during the PIV2011 AIVCC) MuscUTS ceased to be involved in the AICSA online presence. Contact with the choir needs to be made through their own systems.

Address: c/- Activities Office, PO Box 3210, BROADWAY NSW 2007

The music society at UTS was founded in 1991 with the goal of providing students and staff with appropriate opportunities to perform and listen to music. The society consists of a choir, jazz band, chamber orchestra and bell-ringing group. The choir’s was first conducted by Suzanne Hogg (1991-1997) who was followed by Andrew Robinson and then Warren Fisher. Kynan Johns and Peter Tsoulos have also acted as conductor in periods when there had not been a permanent conductor. MuscUTS was one of the host choirs of the Sydney Intervarsity Choral Festival in 1995. Over its brief life, the choir has ranged in size from about twelve to twenty-four voices. Two major concerts are given each year (May & October), either with the other groups in MuscUTS, or with other artists. The choir also sings for some UTS and UTS Union functions.

See also MuscUTS Conductors, MuscUTS Office Bearers

AICSAPedia: MuscUTS (last edited 2020-02-09 10:08:05 by cpe-60-224-22-30)