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Saturday, 20th May 2023


April Koyejo-Audiger, soprano

Kamilla Arku, piano 

Mue Yomanh Bendu - Hawa Daisy Moore 


3 Yoruba songs - Ayo Bankole 

       I. Ìyá 

       III. Já ìtànná t’ó ntàn

Hold Fast to Dreams - Florence Price

To the dark virgin -Florence Price

Fantasie Negre - Florence Price


Lya ni wura - Yoruba song

Ne Nkansu - Fred Onovwerosuoke

African Suite - Nkeiru Okoye

      Dancing Barefoot in the Rain


I wouldn’t normally say - Errollyn Wallen 

I am Moses - Nkeiru Okoye 

Donations will support teachers at the Agape National Academy of Music (ANAM).  


Artists & Performers!



April Koyejo-Audiger

British-Nigerian soprano April Koyejo-Audiger is a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Royal College of Music. She is a former Jette Parker Anniversary Company Artist (2021–22) for the Royal Opera, Covent Garden; her performances there include Barena in the Olivier Award-winning production of Jenufa, which won her the 2022 Black British Theatre Award for Best Opera Production or Performance.


She also recently performed as soloist in the UK premiere of the George Walker Mass at the Barbican with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and recent roles also include the Lady-in-Waiting (Macbeth), Anna in Daniele Abbado’s production of Nabucco, Parasha (Mavra), as well as Zemfira (Aleko) in the Jette Parker Young Artists Summer Celebration, conducted by Sir Antonio Pappano.


Other recent projects include, Irene (Tamerlano) and Musetta (La Boheme) for English Touring Opera; Lost & Found, a collaboration with the Royal Opera and the Belgian chamber orchestra Casco Phil as part of the Europalia Arts Festival; and the evening ‘vigil’ as part of The Walk for the giant puppet Little Amal, highlighting the plight of refugees.


Her future engagements include Pamina in (The Magic Flute) Welsh National Opera and The Sandman (Hansel and Gretel) with Opera Holland Park.

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