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Folk Music Society

Creative Industries

For folk musicians, dancers, and anyone else interested; we run a variety of events for both the society and the general (primarily student) public. Monday Sessions: New Tunes/Songs, 7-9pm in 02/3041; General Session 9-11pm in The Stile, by Highfield Campus. Monthly Sessions: Euro Session, 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 9pm, The Junction (by St Denys) Outreach Session, 3rd Wednesday of the Month at 8pm, The Art House - new for 2016! General Public Session, 1st Friday of the Month at the Talking Heads In 2017 we will also be working with MenCap, a Southampton based charity that works with adults with Learning Disabilities; playing for local churches and organisations in variety shows; and working with other dance and music societies to put on joint shows.

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Membership Information

These are the current membership plans offered by Folk Music Society, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.

  • Free Membership (£0)

This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Folk Music Society this year are:

  • Chris Hartland
    President
  • Emily Watt
    Extraordinary Member
  • Ffion Ridgway
    Treasurer
  • Delyth Simons
    Extraordinary Member
  • Rob Knott
    Vice President
  • Isaac Treuherz
    Communications Officer
  • Douglas Morgan
    Librarian

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