Highlife Music: a Nigerian Music Project

Halton Public Library and Cultural Centre

Halton Hills, ON

Digital Intercultural Music Performance

The Council of Nigerian Professionals presents Highlife Music: a Nigerian Music Project. This video, recorded on October 1, 2020, was a response to COVID-19. We wanted to share music to help people cope, as music is medicinal and therapeutic. We wanted people to feel happy in spite of all that was happening, and - of course - to let the music take them on a journey to the Motherland. This video commemorated Nigerian Independence Day and the second anniversary of the Council of Nigerian Professionals. Join Adejisola Atiba, president and founder of the Council of Nigerian Professionals, for a virtual talk on October 15th, at 5pm, on all things music and culture. The video will be available all month.

Fri 15 Oct
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Register for the talk here!

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This event is free.

Organized by

The Council of Nigerian Professionals & the Afro Caribbean Council of Halton

Council of Nigerian Professionals Inc. (CNP) exists to equip and support Nigerian professionals, and people of African heritage towards sustainable growth, development, and prosperity in Canada. They work to support the wellbeing of individuals and families, to enhance the professional development of members, and to provide support to new immigrants and international students - among many other things!

Location

9 Church Street

Halton Hills, ON

Event Contact

Madison Carmichael

mcarmichael@haltonhills.ca

Language

English