REV. JOSEPH EMMANUEL ALLOTEY-PAPPOE
Rev. Joseph Emmanuel Allotey-Pappoe (born on 10th September, 1887, died on 14th July, 1980) was a revered Methodist Minister and an eminent Musician who influenced many lives through an ever- abiding faith in God and a fierce pursuit of a life of honesty and truth.
To promote and perpetuate, to the Glory of God, Rev. J.E. Allotey-Pappoe’s overarching ideals of Service to life.
To promote the study and practice of Music, especially Church Music, as a critical discipline for the balanced development and enjoyment by the children of God.
To protect and promote the musical works of Rev. J.E. Allotey-Pappoe for the spiritual benefit and aesthetic enjoyment by Church and Society.
To sponsor poor children who show promise and talent for music.
To establish a Library of Rev. J.E. Allotey-Pappoe’s musical, theological and other collections
To set up a museum of Rev. J.E. Allotey-Pappoe’s musical, theological and personal collections
To encourage the study of Music and facilitate research into Music, especially Church Music
To sponsor an annual Rev. J.E. Allotey-Pappoe Choral Music Competition
To establish an annual Rev. J.E. Allotey-Pappoe Memorial Lecture.
To introduce and nurture musical ideas such as workshops, publications, and musical events.