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Discovering and Supporting New Artistes is vital to MUSON

Nigeria is obviously endowed with very talented and highly creative young people. Beyond this fact, more of these youth are venturing into serious art forms like the study and performance of classical or serious music, composition, film scoring, production, etc. and MUSON has taken the initiative to further provide a performance platform needed to propel […]

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Call for Applications into the MUSON School of Music

The Musical Society of Nigeria in partnership with the MTN Foundation is proud to announce that the MUSON Diploma School of Music is now accepting entries for the 2018/2019 academic year. Visit www.muson.org/apply to begin. For further enquiries, please call 08077607506

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It Takes 2 Choirs to Party

Obviously, this is one of those unheeded historic moments in classical music annals. Surely, having a choir like the renowned King’s College London Choir live on a Lagos stage, alongside the MUSON Choir, deserves more than a passing mention! Isn’t it, therefore, anticlimactic that the choir’s visit – long-heralded and trumpeted in the Musical Society […]

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The Children’s Music Festival was All Shades of Awesome

The 2018 edition of the Children’s Music Festival was all shades of fantastic. With almost half a million guests in attendance, the event was split into 4 different sessions – Art fair, Art & Craft (Painting), Career Talk and Concert. Produced by the Manager, Membership & Events, Mrs. Perpetual Atife, the event treated its guests […]

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The Children’s Music Festival – Rich Musical Event

In preparation for the second edition of the MUSON Children’s Music Festival, this group of vibrant, talented young musicians led by Raphael Francis and Perpetual Atife have been meeting every Saturday since March 17th at the MUSON Centre. The Festival combines music, dance, art, talk, storytelling and more. It is scheduled to hold at 10 […]

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Welcome to The MUSON Blog Posts.

Welcome to the MUSON blog posts.

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