The MUSON Center welcomes the donation of the music studio and instruments from the MTN Foundation


According to Henry Ward Beecher, “Gratitude is the most beautiful flower that springs from the soul” and students at MUSON School of Music understand this.

On Tuesday, June 21, 2022, the MUSON School of Music presented an award of appreciation to the MTN Foundation, for the donation of a modern music studio and musical equipment by the Foundation to the MUSON School of Music. The award was presented during the commissioning event held at the MUSON Centre, Onikan Lagos.

The Foundation donated a modern music studio; 30 laptops; 1 unit of professional marimba 4 and a half octaves, personalized series; 1 x Malltech 4.0 Octave Bob Becker Ragtime Xylophone; 1 Viscount Unico 400 Organ Unit – A 3-manual organ with 32-note pedalboard, 56 register tabs plus 7 orchestral registers; 4 Stentor “Conservatory” Violin Units; 3 units of Armstrong USA trumpets and 3 units of Essex EUP-116 upright piano.

During commissioning, students gave musical performances using the newly donated instruments, and also recorded and mixed music in the new studio.

The MTN Foundation, through its Youth Empowerment Initiative, continues to support young creative talent. Since 2006, the Foundation has fully funded and developed more than 350 music scholars through scholarships for a two-year degree at the MUSON School of Music.




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