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Music still in infant stage says MTF project director Gugs Chishi
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Published on 10 Aug. 2009 12:56 AM IST
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: A “Consultative Meet” on musicians/artists was held at ARIES DB Lounge, NST Colony on August 8 to discuss about the future fate of the musicians/artists in the state to come out with plans and strategies as the outcome from the meet. Project director, music task force (MTF) Gugs Chishi, who was the observer in the meeting, concluded with a note that the music scene was still in its infant stage where a lot had to be done. The meeting discussed about activities such as seminars and workshops that should be initiated in order to develop more skills. Gugs Chishi later informed that a workshop would be held at Kohima to enhance skills for musicians and song writers. According to the organizer of the program, the “Consultative Meet” was just a beginning as this particular program would be telecast on episode basis throughout the month of August at Global Chapter Cable Network, Dimapur from August 14. The organizers further expressed gratitude to the supporters, well wishers and sponsors namely Acoustic Shop, Church Road, Dimapur; Metha Solution, Super Market for carefully looking after the production, ARIES Music for the venue and DJ Tali. The organizer particularly thanked Gugs Chishi for being the obeserver, Theja Meru for being a part of the show, and panelists DJ Tali, Merang Jamir, Tovi (Finishing Touches), Akum from Crescendo and Tali Angh from Tali Angh Band, Wangshikokla Jamir, Editor, Comic Punch, Diphupar for hosting the program, Dimentia, Melodrama, Alobo and others attended the function, volunteers from Entrepreneur Youth Centre, Diphupar and journalists From print as well as electronic media for attending the program especially Dimapur Press Club (DPC). According to John Yengkhom, Producer, “Local Interview”, the “Consultative Meet” was the first of its kind held in Nagaland which discussed about the future fate of the musicians/artists in the state.

 
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