About the University of Southampton Piano Society (Pianosoc):
We are a friendly society for all people interested in listening to or performing piano of any genre, at any level. We aim to provide an opportunity for student pianists to get together and play what is otherwise typically thought of as a solo instrument.
Many students may not have access to a piano of their own while at Southampton - our weekly jam sessions allow pianists access to a real piano when they might not otherwise get a chance to play. Our jam sessions are not only an opportunity to play the piano but also a space for the discussion and appreciation of piano music. Anyone is welcome - even if you've never played the piano before we encourage you to come and listen and/or chat.
We also organise one-on-one and group lessons - beginners can sign up for piano tuition whereas experienced pianists can sign up to teach other students.
- Weekly jam sessions
- Every Monday, anytime from 18:00 to 20:00, in 06/1077 (Nuffield Theatre)
- Everyone can performing any piano piece - drop in to chat or just listen is fine too!
- One-to-one and group lessons
- We offer the opportunity to take part in one-on-one piano lessons, either as a student or a teacher.
- To sign up, come along to one of the Jam sessions.
- Organised Trips
- In the past we have organised a trip to Warsaw, Poland to the 18th International Chopin Piano Competition in 2021.
Social media and contact details:
Our Facebook group:
This is our main point of contact with our members - we highly recommend you join so you can keep up to date with all our activities and events.
Our Facebook page:
We also have a Facebook page for major announcements and information about the society.
New for this year - another place to get info about activities and events and to discuss anything piano-related!
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Piano Society this year are:
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