10 August 2014

Sing with the choir

If you love to sing, come sing with us. The RMIT Occasional Choral Society is a student run choir with no audition process - everyone is welcome.



Sing with the choir


(Every Thursday from 9 July.)




University Function Room, Building 8, Level 2, Room 28, City campus.

Further details

The RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS) was founded in 1999 by Sandra Uitdenbogerd and is the longest-running of the RMIT Music collectives. ROCS is strongly affiliated with other Australian university choral societies and rehearses throughout the year on Thursday evenings. ROCS usually performs two or three major concerts a year, in addition to participation with the other RMIT Music groups in the Showcase concerts.

ROCS is a non-auditioned choir, and you do not have to be an RMIT student to sing with us. ROCS provides RMIT students and interested members of the community with the opportunity to sing a wide variety of music in a friendly, non-competitive environment and to meet and socialise with people who love to sing.

Come sing with us.

This service is supported by your Student Services and Amenities Fee and presented by RMIT Link Arts & Culture.

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