Airtel Partners Renowned Organist To Bring Classical Music To Ghanaians

Airtel, Ghana’s fastest growing telecommunication network and leader in data and digital innovation, is partnering Alfred Patrick Addaquay to bring to Ghanaians, a quintessential classical music performance come Friday 15th July 2016 at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Ridge, Accra.

The master organist and music expert touted as the One Man Orchestra due to his versatility and creativity will be performing an array of pieces from renowned local and foreign composers as well as his very own compositions guaranteed to hold patrons spell-bound.

Announcing the concert, Airtel Ghana’s Marketing Director, Rosy Fynn said, “Airtel is partnering with one of Ghana’s finest master organists, to bring our customers and Ghanaians the most exciting classical music performance in the country. Addaquay is an excellent entertainer who has truly perfected his act over the years to become one of Ghana’s most sought performers.

We know our customers want top-notch services that is why we were the first to launch an entire sub brand – Airtel Premier – to cater to the needs of our high value customers. This concert is set to delight this customer segment and all Ghanaians who love classical music. To make the evening even more exciting, we are offering all patrons an Airtel Premier pack with GHC 120 talk time and 1GB data with every ticket purchased.  Friday 15th July promises to be the most exciting and rewarding night for all classical music lovers”.

Tickets for the concert are available at all Airtel shops at a cool GHC 100.

On his part, Addaquay said, “I have been rehearsing for this performance for the past 3 months to provide an amazing experience for patrons – this promises to be my best performance yet. I am grateful to Airtel Ghana for the opportunity to perform to its customers and Ghanaians who love classical music. I promise to give patrons far beyond what they could ever imagine, come July 15th.

In 2006, Addaquay who was then only 20 years of age, composed, arranged and recorded for the first time in Ghana, an Oratorio comprising 32 classical songs which he named "Laudate". He had his first two hour live performance at the auditorium of the University of Cape Coast in March of that year.  Since then he has performed both locally and internationally to highly excited audiences.

Airtel Premier, the first of its kind in Ghana is a sub-brand of the Smartphone Network that offers delectable telecommunications and lifestyle products and services to its high value customers including access to over 700 VIP airport lounges worldwide through Priority Pass service; access to Adinkra Lounge at Kotoka International Airport as well as discounts from benefit partners including hotels, restaurants, auto dealerships and wellness centers.