The group works to develop unique arrangements of pop songs new and old for performance in a fun and relaxed environment, with a variety of games and activities. We run three free taster sessions at the beginning of the academic year, but if you miss this opportunity, you're welcome to come along to any of our sessions to try the society out for free. Please don't hesitate to get in contact with any further queries.
These are the current membership plans offered by Melodics, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.
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