Nigeria’s Multi-International Award winning choir, The Lagos City Chorale, is back with the Independence Anniversary Concert, which will hold on the 3rd of October, 2021.
ABOUT THE CONCERT
The Lagos City Chorale, led by the World-rated Chorale and Orchestral conductor, Music Director, Organist, Vocal Coach, Deputy-Director of the Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) School of Music, and Impresario, Sir Emeka Nwokedi, will perform Dettingen Te Deum (Te Deum for the Victory at the Battle of Dettingen) by George Frideric Handel as well as works by Nigerian Composers.
Handel originally wrote Dettingen Te Deum in 1743 to commemorate the victory of the British Army over the French in the Battle of Dettingen.
Performing with the Lagos City Chorale will be the classic soprano and guest soloist from Ghana, Bernice Akamafio.
The venue is Wesley Chapel, opposite Eleganza Estate, After Chevron Toll gate, Lekki, Lagos. The concert will also be streamed live on YouTube.
Sunday, 3rd October, 2021 at 4pm.
Face masks will be required for access into the main venue.
FROM THE LAGOS CITY CHORALE
Hi, dear followers and lovers of Lagos City Chorale. It’s exactly 4 years after we just performed “Dettingen Te Deum”, at our 30th Anniversary concert.
“Dettingen Te Deum” by G. F. Handel is returning with much more Grandeur and Magnificence; this time to celebrate Nigeria’s Independence as we say – “Te Deum Laudamus”. This is a Latin sentence, meaning: God, we praise You. We are praising God Almighty for our country Nigeria.
Surely, we’re also featuring great works of Nigeria’s prolific composers in beautiful and colourful Nigerian regalia.
It’s a concert you don’t want to miss.
One celebration! New location! One Song! Arise, O compatriots, to the call to grandly celebrate Nigeria.
Ese! Imela! Nagode!
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