MTN And MUSON Round Off The Year In Style With A Donor Concert ~ The Scoper Media

 

L-R; Edward Fagbohun,Manager Sustainability and Impact Reporting, MTN Foundation: Chief Femi Adeniyi-Williams, Vice Chairman MUSON; Odunayo Sanya, Executive Secretary MTN Foundation, Princess Banke Ademola, Director MUSON School of Music and Mr. Louis Mbanefo (SAN), Chairman MUSON at the MTN-MUSON Donors Appreciation Concert held at the Muson Center, Lagos.

  Music they say is Food for the soul, and all the guests present at the Music Society of Nigeria (MUSON) Donors concert can positively attest to this. To appreciate the donations and efforts of contributors, MUSON organized a donors concert at the MUSON center, Onikan, Lagos.

  The students of the MUSON School of Music entertained guests with amazing renditions of songs in Italian, Zulu, Yoruba and Igbo. The students also performed several orchestral renditions including a christmas song to the delight of all the guests present at the concert.

   Speaking at the event, the Executive Secretary MTN Foundation, Odunayo Sanya encouraged MUSON center that it was time to take a stand and reveal the wonders they have at the MUSON School. In her words, “I understand the philosophy of being moderate, but at times we need to challenge the status quo and I believe It’s time. We need to make a concerted effort at MUSON to unveil the wonders going on here”

   The MTN Foundation, in partnership with MUSON, has fully funded and developed over 350 music scholars, thereby providing  scholarship awards worth over 250,000,000 naira. The awards cover tuition, transportation, resource materials, among others for a two-year diploma, after which students are awarded an internationally recognised Diploma in Music on graduation.

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