Singing Society

Welcome to the singing society webpage, where the joy of music meets the camaraderie of community.Our society is a heaven for singers of all background, styles, and skill levels, united by our shared passion for vocal expression. Whether you are a seasoned performer, a novel vocalist, or simply someone who loves to sing in the shower, you will find a warm and welcoming home here. Our vibrant community offers opportunities to learn, grow, and connect with fellow music lovers through workshops, rehearsals, performances, and social media events. Join us as we harmonize, inspire, and uplift each other through the power of song.

Teacher Coordinators

  1. Surabhi Mishra
  1. Vinay Kumar Yadav

Student Coordinators

  1. Aditya Kumar B.Tech CSE 6th Sem
  1. Shubhi Shukla MBA 1st Sem

Activities Promoted 

Classical Singing: Classical music, a timeless genre, is the epitome of musical sophistication.

Originating from Western culture, it spans the period from the 11th century to the present day. It’s characterized by its highly structured nature, with complex compositions performed by orchestras and solo instrumentalists. Classical music is not just music, it’s an exploration of human emotions and experiences, transcending boundaries and resonating with the soul. It’s truly a universal language of emotion.

Semi Classical: Semi-classical music is a beautiful blend of classical and folk music traditions. It’s a genre that bridges the gap between the rigidity of classical music and the freedom of popular music. Semi-classical pieces often incorporate elements of traditional ragas but are not bound by the strict rules of classical music. This genre includes forms like Ghazals, Qawwalis, Thumri, and Bhajans. It’s a melodious journey that offers listeners a taste of classical music while keeping it light and enjoyable. Semi-classical music is a testament to the versatility and adaptability of music.

Folk Singing: Folk music, often known as the music of the common people, is rich in tradition and history. It’s characterized by its roots in local communities and its themes of everyday life. Folk music is passed down from generation to generation, reflecting the experiences and stories of ordinary people. It’s diverse, with styles varying greatly from region to region. The beauty of folk music lies in its simplicity and its ability to bring people together, creating a sense of community and shared heritage. It’s a timeless genre that continues to evolve while staying true to its roots.

Western Singing: Western music, also known as Western classical music, is a genre that originated in Western Europe. It’s characterized by its use of staff notation and its focus on complex melodies, harmonies, and forms. The genre spans several periods, including the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras, each with its unique style and sound.

Composers like Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach have left an indelible mark on Western music. It’s a genre that continues to evolve, influencing and being influenced by other musical traditions around the world.

Singing Competition: A singing competition is a platform where individuals or groups showcase their vocal talents. It’s a celebration of music, providing an opportunity for participants to express themselves through song. Competitors are judged on various aspects such as pitch, rhythm, and stage presence. These events can be nerve-wracking yet exhilarating, pushing participants to improve their skills. Winning is not the only goal; it’s about growth, learning, and the joy of performing. A singing competition is a melody-filled journey that can lead to self- discovery and lifelong friendships.

Categories and Styles: There are several categories of singing, each with its unique style and technique. These include Opera, Pop, Rock, Jazz, Country, Blues, and Classical Indian (Hindustani and Carnatic styles). Each of these genres offers a different musical experience.

Registration and Audition: Competitors typically need to register for the competition in advance. Some competition requires auditions to select participants, particularly for larger events or prestigious competitions. Auditions help ensure the quality of performance and manage the number of participants.

Judging Criteria: Competitions employ a panel of qualified judges who assess performances based on specific criteria. These criteria may include technique, execution, synchronization, musicality, stage presence, creativity, and overall performance quality. Judges provide scores, critiques, and feedback to guide singers’ improvement. 

Rounds and Eliminations: Depending on the competition format, there may be multiple rounds and elimination stages. In preliminary rounds, singers or groups perform their routines, and the judges select the top-scoring acts to proceed to subsequent rounds. Semi-finals and finals showcase the highest-scoring performers, culminating in the announcement of winners.

Awards and Prizes: Singing competitions typically offer awards and prizes to recognize outstanding performers. These can include trophies, medals, certificates, cash prizes.

Performance Opportunities: Competitions provide a platform for singers to perform in front of a live audience, including fellow competitors, family, friends, and vocal enthusiasts. This exposure can lead to networking opportunities, potential collaborations, and increased visibility within the singing community.

Growth and Learning: Participating in singing competitions offers a valuable learning experience. Feedback from judges provides insights into areas for improvement, helping singers refine their technique, artistry, and performance quality. Competitions challenge singers to push their boundaries, develop resilience, and grow both as individuals and performers.

Remember, while competitions can be exciting and rewarding, it’s important to maintain a healthy perspective. Focus on personal growth, artistic expression, and the joy of singing, rather than solely seeking validation through winning. Participating in singing competitions should be seen as a means to challenge yourself, gain valuable experience, and celebrate the art of singing.