Beautiful Wilderness The Musical hits MUSON stage
With mesmerising scenes, relatable narratives and gripping twists and turns, Beautiful Wilderness The Musical are set to hit the stage. The musical is an adaptation of the novel, A Beautiful Wilderness
Emotan, tale of ancient Benin Kingdom on MUSON stage
At Last, the Emotan train made it to Lagos State and guests could not stop talking about what a ride it was. Lagosians kept trooping in their numbers from December 22 till Christmas Day
MUSON scholars appreciate sponsors with donors concert
As part of it’s end of year activities, the Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) and the scholars recently hosted the donors to an appreciation concert.The event, which held at the Agip Recital Hall, MUSON Centre, had in attendance MTN Foundation officials...
MUSON honours centenarian Akintola Williams with concert
Mr. Akintola Williams has achieved so much in life. He is the first chartered accountant from Africa. He was also appointed a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE). He also has the award of CFR (Commander of the Federal Republic). He has presided over numerous private and governmental bodies. However,…
Akintola Williams hits 100, soldiers on
“As the whole world looks forward to his centenary next August, a grateful nation cannot wait to celebrate the accountant and statesman.” This was exactly how The Guardian concluded a special tribute to the doyen of the accounting profession in Nigeria, Chief Akintola Williams when he marked his 99th birthday last year.
CORA-NLNG Book Party holds at MUSON today
The Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) and the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Limited will hold this year’s Book Party at the Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) Centre, Lagos. The party holds today and time is from 2:00 p.m.
Divine, Zaria Boy hits limelight on MUSON stage
Born and raised in Zaria, Kaduna State, young Divine Auta Suchet has always dreamt of visiting Lagos. Currently a student of Vital Years Secondary School, Zaria, he has a passion for theatre. So how would the shy boy fair on the stage with tens or hundreds of eyeballs staring at him? What would stand him out from the 7 billion people on the earth? Against all odds, Divine held on to his dream, kept on believing and waited for the right opportunity.
MUSON holds tribute concert for James Adekunle
Recently, a concert was held for a fallen iroko, Mr. James Adekunle. He died on January 20, 2019, aged 89 years. Adekunle was a music teacher, administrator, orator and humourist. He lived and breathed music and had much to do with the development of the Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) Centre. He was the centre’s…
Sixth Lagos Theatre Festival kicks off in February
Lagos Theatre Festival Foundation, organisers of Lagos Theatre Festival, have announced the 2019 edition that will take place in Lagos from Monday, February 25 through Sunday, March 3, 2019. Primary among LTF’s objectives is the showcasing of innovative ideas that inspire new audiences and new creative work that spark conversation and debate. The festival will…
Artists, producers set to dazzle at 2018 MUSON Festival
The publisher of The Guardian, Lady Maiden Alex-Ibru, will headline the 2018 My Kind of Music section of this year’s Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) Festival of Arts, which holds tomorrow.