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ICCRs 1st Horizon Series Programme at Dimapur

  • Khagholi jamming
    Khagholi jamming

The first Horizon Series Cultural Programme of the year 2013 was successfully held on 5th January 2013 from 6 pm onwards at Soul Speak Studio hall, Dimapur. The main programme saw performances from three artistes- Chuba Jamir, Kagholi Chisi and Toshi Aier.

Chuba Jamir, who is also known as Kishore Kumar of Nagaland presented songs in Hindi, Engish and Ao including his latest remix of the you tube sensation Gangnam Style in Hindi which turn out to be a hit with the audience. Kagholi Chisi sang a few cover songs and Toshi Aier presented 3 Ao songs.

A regular feature of Horizon Series programme is the open mic cum jam session with the intention of giving a platform to artistes wanting to perform and also musicians from different bands playing together and get to know each other. This session brought performances from Nokrang, Imli, Bendangtoshi, Ponen with the the 3 featured artistes also jamming with them in a couple of numbers.

The event was organized by Robust Network, Dimapur in collaboration with The Indian Council For Cultural Relations, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.

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