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Music Students' Society, Monash

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ABOUT THE CLUB

The Monash Music Students’ Society is a club established by students of the university’s music faculty, primarily aimed at enhancing cohesion amongst students, facilitating communication between staff and students, providing academic and study support, and holding social events both in and outside of the university. After a year of planning, MMSS was officially inaugurated in May 2015 and, in just a few short months, has over 150 members. Now the Monash MSS has expanded to over 250 members.

MMSS has a very exciting semester ahead! Upcoming events include tutorials for first year music subjects (World Music, Theory and Aural for both jazz and classical streams), study skills seminars, a BBQ, fundraising concert, gig nights and an AXP.

The committee includes:
PRESIDENT - Matthew Chipman
VICE-PRESIDENT - Arthur Xafis
SECRETARY - Rachel Berger
TREASURER - Thong Truong
EDUCATION OFFICER - James Morrisey
EVENTS OFFICER - Jessie Park
EQUITY OFFICER - Julia Mercuri-Svik
ASSISTANT SECRETARY - Harrison McEwen
ASSISTANT TREASURER - Gabriel Basman
ASSISTANT EVENTS OFFICER - Colleen Wurfel

The Monash MSS eagerly looks forward to another year of great events and opportunities!

Aims & Objectives

The aims and objectives of the club shall be to
(i) Provide a support network for students enrolled in the School of Music, particularly supporting first year Music Students;
(ii) Foster a supportive, encouraging, and cohesive student body within the School of Music to enhance student experience;
(iii) Facilitate connections between music students, professionals and community musicians to increase career opportunities through networking, and awareness of available specialised fields in the music industry;
(iv) Provide readily accessible, quality study aids through student-made course-material and tutorial programmes to supplement formal lectures and increase academic success;
(v) Promote opportunities available to students for participation in performances, music events, concerts, recitals and student life, and to promote budding musicians within the university; and
(vi) Organise events to provide a forum for discussion, sharing of information, ideas regarding current or up-and-coming musical projects, competitions, performance exposure and social well-being.

Annual Membership (MSA Card)

$7.00

Annual Membership (Non MSA Card)

$12.00

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