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ChoPiN partners, Ikoyi Club, Beloxxi to teach children Music


Obi Ezeude

As part of their efforts to give back to the society, Church Organ Projects in Nigeria (ChOPiN), Ikoyi Club and Beloxxi Biscuits have teamed up to engage young ones during the holiday period with free music classes. The programme, which started in July, ends August.

According to the Chief Executive Officer, ChOPiN, Lanre Delano, his company believes “in Nigeria’s youths and we keep thinking of ways to contribute our quota to Nigeria’s growth. So, we decided to collaborate to have a summer music class, which was an idea that the Entertainment Chairman, Ikoyi Club, Bolaji Martins, embraced, and facilitated with the venue while Beloxxi Biscuits were magnanimous enough to fully sponsor. This will also be another innovative activity of the current leadership of the club and under the entertainment chairman.”

Also speaking, Obi Ezeude, CEO, Beloxxi Biscuits, said, “We’re an organisation that believes the youths and young ones are the future of the country, so, when we heard of this music lessons for them, we knew we just had to support it to the best of our ability.”

Delano added, “the classes are for piano, voice, violin, talking drum, conga, horns and they’ll hold at the Rotunda, Ikoyi Club from July 26 to August 16. And there will also be a children’s concert as grand finale to showcase the trained students on Sunday, August 22.”

Concluding, he said, there would be free music manuscripts, Beloxxi biscuits and drinks, music theory handouts, group photograph and certificate of attendance for the participating students.


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