You are Cordially Invited to an Evening of Carols & Seasonal Charm at the 7th Ajumogobia Science Foundation Memorial Concert – Friday 21st December 2012Posted on Monday, December 17th, 2012 at 9:15 AM
By Adeola Adeyemo
As in all previous years, members of the Ajumogobia extended family will feature prominently as artistes during the programmes. These include Feni Ajumogobia, Otokini Ajumogobia, Awune Ajumogobia, Awuneba Ajumogobia, Odein Ajumogobia SAN, Ibiai Ani, Nimi Akinkugbe, Kaline Akinkugbe and Dolapo Akinkugbe. They will be joined by special guest artistes Gloria Rhodes, Tayo Aluko and Julius Nglass.
The carols would be sung by the 80-voice Playhouse choir, accompanied by the lilting sounds of the Steve Rhodes Orchestra and Adrenalin. Yinka Akinkugbe will anchor yet another fun-filled show packed with festive fun and Christmas cheer, capturing the true spirit of Christmas in an evening of elegance and seasonal charm.
Two performances will hold; a matinee at 2.00pm and an evening performance at 6.00pm. Don’t miss it!
Date: Friday 21st December 2012
Time: Matinee @ 2PM | Evening performance @ 6PM
Venue: Shell Hall, MUSON Centre , Onikan, Lagos.
Ticket Prices: Children N5,000 | Adults N7,000
Ticket Locations: The Daisy Mgt. Centre – 8, Idowu Martins, Victoria Island, Lagos | MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos | Terra Kulture – Plot 1376 Tiamiyu Savage, Victoria Island, Lagos | Quintessence – Falomo Shopping Mall, Ikoyi | Jazz Hole – 168 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi
About the Foundation
The Ajumogobia Science Foundation was formally inaugurated on August 19, 1997 by the Military Administrator of Kano State during the Science Teachers Association of Nigeria, STAN’s 40th anniversary celebration held in Kano. In 2006, the grandchildren of Mr. & Mrs. F.I. Ajumogobia organised a fundraising Memorial Concert as their own initiative towards supporting the Ajumogobia Science Foundation (ASF) and in particular to provide scholarships for outstanding students. The concert is now well-installed on the December agenda of musical activity in Lagos, and the recipients of the first Scholarship awards from this initiative have now entered university and are doing exceedingly well.