Lemuel Iyalla in UNILAG for Classic Concert in Mars
THE main auditorium of the University of Lagos, Akoka, will be agog on Sunday, March 15, when the first edition of the long-awaited The Lemuel Iyalla Classic Concert in Mars comes calling.
In a chat, founder of the evening event, Lemuel Iyalla, disclosed that the concert would feature comedy performances and other side attractions for all lovers and patrons of classical music.
Iyalla, a graduate of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from the same university, stated that the concert would definitely change the face and concept of classical music in Nigeria.
Interestingly, as a tenor singer, Iyalla who has performed in various high profile events both within and outside Nigeria, added that tickets for his talk of the town concert were already sold out.
Iyalla, who was first introduced to classical music at the age of eight, happily listed some of the gains and benefits of the high-end music, which he has helped to spread around the country as an ambassador. According to him, “Classical music lowers your blood pressure, according to a British study. It relieves your stress levels, according to a Taiwanese study.
Also, it helps fight depression and manage pain according to a Glasgow University study. Again, a Dutch study reveals that it improves your sleep quality. Classical music makes you more at ease and open with yourself, according to Edinburgh University study. Finally, it enhances mental alertness and memory, according to a Northumbria University study.
“I am therefore inviting you to The Lemuel Iyalla Classic Concert in Mars slated for March 15, 2015 from 6pm”.