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CHOPIN

8 Aug 2021
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.
6 Jun 2020
Following the continuous surge in the number of COVID-19 patients in the country and across the globe, despite measures by the World Health Organisation and governments all over the world, the CEO of Church Organ Projects in Nigeria...
16 May 2020
Lanre Delano, the Chief Executive Officer of Church Organ Projects in Nigeria (CHOPIN) and publisher of Organ and Music Magazine (O&MM), will be forever grateful to his late parents, who he describes as deep lovers of music to have helped find his path early in life.
8 Feb 2020
Ahead of the visit of one of the world’s finest organists to the country, Hector Olivera, Church Organ Projects In Nigeria (CHOPIN) and Allen Organ Company...
3 Jun 2017
Ajayi Crowther University (ACU) in partnership with Church Organ Project In Nigeria (CHOPIN) will be holding a three-day seminar/workshop on church music from June 29 to July 1, 2017 at the school premise in Oyo State.

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