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1st music industry stakeholders’ conclave

1st music industry stakeholders’ conclave
(L )Marmenla peforming during Nagaland music industry stakeholders conclave (NP). (R) Marmenla peforming during Nagaland music industry stakeholders conclave (NP). Nise Meruno performing at RCEMPA (NP).
Correspondent Dimapur, June 21 | Publish Date: 6/21/2019 12:04:05 PM IST

 First music industry stakeholders conclave under the theme “Music and Arts greater heights” coinciding with World Music Day was held at RCEMPA Jotsoma on Friday. The celebration was managed by imagi.Nation, powered by MTF and sponsored by Audio garage, Shiu Lights, metal gear, Beat devices, Unitex, project 72 hours, Nagaland musicians collective, KNK motors, Take one production, Crescendo and Disong designs.

Addressing the gathering during conclave, renowned singer, Nise Meruno said that those who are in the music profession must work hard and be serious to go higher. He advised the singers to be truthful to the music by displaying their reality in the show and being nice to the people. He challenged the musicians to discover oneself ‘the hero’ they have inside and optimize with confidence. He advised the artistes to encouraged and support each other to go forward.

Another successful singer from the state who worked at Hyderabad, Marmenla Pongen opined that patient, hard work and humble are essential qualities to achieve in the field of musician. Giving credit to her mother in her achievement, she said her mother was her mentor, aspiration and guide. She advised the young upcoming singers of the state to be humble and avoid ego but use their talent wisely and urged them to never stop dreaming great things in life.

Apostle Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung addressed the gathering and encouraged the musicians of the state from the word of God as special guest.

In group discussion and consultation session, director Music Academy Kohima Khyochano TCK spoke on “Music Education”, music director Sumi BaptistCchurch Kohima James Swu spoke on choir, member Rattle & Hum music society Theja Meru on artist management and proprietor Audio Garage Atsung Jamir on production.

Open Mic session was graced by  secretary YRS Lhouchalie Viya NCS as special guest and the evening concert was graced by advisor rural development Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire as special guest.

Audience were enthralled by local popular artistes of the state that includes Methaneilie, Trance Effect, Tune Up Channel, Since 90s, The Teaspoon Project, Tetseo Sisters, Atsunglir, Asu Jamir, Abdon Mech, Gabby Pucho, Linthoi, Ronnie, LC Sekhose, Rucks Otto, Moko Koza, Keneisenuo Sorhie, Bozio Nienu, Ayim Longchar, Gear Men Dudes, Music Academy Kohima, Jam Tree, WMD Choir Madnug, Afang & crew, Kevin Lywait. On the occasion one face of the RCEMPA building Art by project 72 hours was also unveiled. 

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