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MUSON festival 2014 opens on October 16

13 October 2014, 18:29

Lagos - The Music Society of Nigeria(MUSON) Festival opens on Thursday, October 16  and runs till October 26 at the MUSON Center, reports CityVoice

The festival opens  with the popular ‘My Kind of Music’ quorum where select eminent Nigerians, against the backdrop of their favourite music share with audience  their musical preferences and how it  relates to their lives, personal beliefs and philosophies.

The selected people are  former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku; former Nigerian Ambassador to the Netherlands, Dr. (Mrs.) Tokunbo Awolowo Dosumu; scholar and university administrator, Emeritus Professor Ayo Banjo and former Federal Minister of Housing, Lands and Urban Development, Chief (Mrs.) Mobolaji Osomo.

The festival drama will be Cyprian Ekwensi’s Jagua Nana-the Musical which will be  staged on Saturday, October 18 at  3pm  and 6pm inside Agip Recital Hall.

Visual art returns to this year’s line up with a four-day exhibition organised in collaboration with the Visual Arts Society of Nigeria. It will open at 4pm on Sunday, October 19 and run till Wednesday, October 22.

The festival will continue with other programs and  close with the traditional gala choral concert on Sunday, October 26.

Read more at CityVoice

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