The RMIT Occasional Choral Society

A Group photo of the RMIT Occasional Choral Society on the Occasion of their 20th Birthday.

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 through the Australian Intervarsity Choral Societies Association. It rehearses throughout the year, mainly 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 like minded people.

To find out more visit ROCS on Facebook or send us an email.

  • Conductor: Hannah Johns
  • Musical Director: Sandra Uitdenbogerd
  • President: Justina Ashman
  • Rehearsal time: Thursdays 6:30 – 8:30pm
  • Founded: 1999
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Upcoming ROCS Events

Tickets to ROCS Concerts are available from our ticketing partner Eventbrite