Ebe Samson Shares His Thoughts On The Hymn ‘Softly & Tenderly’

Ebe Samson Oladosu is an ardent lover of choral/classical music who is determined to make choral music receive more recognition in Nigeria. On this episode of his series “My Thoughts On Sacred Hymns” he speaks about the hymn ‘Softly and Tenderly’. check it out below and follow the video to like his Youtube channel

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Nelson Mandela University Choir Gets New Conductor

The prestigious Nelson Mandela University Choir is getting a new conductor in the person of musician and author Ulagh Williams. Via Herald Live Williams, an accomplished performer and writer with strides in the Eastern Cape music scene is stepping up to lead the choir at a challenging time as the world grapples a global epidemic, Read More

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Virtuoso Organist Kola Owolabi Becomes Head of Graduate Organ Studio At Notre Dame

Nigerian virtuoso organist Kola Owolabi will join the faculty of the Department of Music and Sacred Music at Notre Dame this fall as professor of music and head of the Graduate Organ Studio. Kola who has a masters degree in music from the University of Yale is a consumate virtuoso organist whose expertise includes a Read More


Nigerian Classical Musician Akin Euba Passes On

Nigeria has lost one of its foremost Classical Music artist and composer Akin Euba. The musical icon whose timeless songs still ring the hall of concert halls around the world, passed on the 14th of April 2020. Born on 28 April 1935 in Lagos, Nigeria, Euba studied composition with Arnold Cooke at the Trinity College Read More


DamCity Chorale Excites Fans WIth ‘Excelsis Deo’ Concert [PHOTOS]

The DamCity Chorale in Ghana recently had its ‘ Excelsis Deo’ Concert which coincided with the lunch of their album on the 23rd of November at the Trinity Baptist Church Ghana . Therefore it was basically two events wrapped in one which made the entertainment and music a double fold. Check out exciting photos from Read More


Asaph Choir Performs ‘Bigi Man’ [VIDEO]

The Asaph Choir is always a delight to watch any time they perform to the delight of viewers and this performance is nothing short of the word spectacular. Check out this amazing performance of Ayo Oluranti’s ‘Bigi Man’ and tell me what you think.



Ever wondered why those basses in your choir strain and twist their neck in haphazard ways to reach those low notes? They probably aren’t basses at all. Right from the 16th century, during the Baroque period, vocal polyphony was well developed, even as we see it in oratorios and cantatas of the time. The choir, Read More


South African Soprano Vuvu Mpofu Is Breaking Boundaries In Europe

Vuvu Mpofu had never heard opera until, aged 15, she was overwhelmed by a Mozart aria at a school concert. In her home town of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, there were no opera teachers, the library had only one book on the subject, and her classmates were scornful of her interest. But Mpofu overcame all these Read More


CMS Hosts Audience To An Evening Of Delightful Classical Music [PHOTOS]

Chamber Music society of Nigeria held a superb concert on the 26th JULY 2019 at MTCM 5 Majaro Street,Onike Yaba,Lagos at the DKO Recital Hall. Various works of different great composers from different era was performed by young fiddlers, vibrant voices, woodwind and Brass.The concert was opened with the Concerto for four violin in B Read More


10 Tips For Amateur Choral Singers – Phil Wilcox

1 Warm up before you sing Do anything! Lip trills, sirens, ‘v’, ‘z’, ‘m’, ‘sh sh sh’, ‘s s s’. Literally anything to take the voice out of normal speech pitch and to wake up the muscles involving extended breath flow and expression. Stretch the body and the face! Exercise that tongue. Stick it out, Read More