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‘Magnificat Fiesta’: Common platform for artistes

By EMN Updated: Nov 20, 2014 9:29 pm

The Coming Generation-Leading the Lead (TCG) with an objective to inculcate and promote regional/international cultural partnership through various events/festivals is set to organize an advent Christmas musical extravaganza ‘Magnificat Fiesta,’ by way of promoting and bringing together various artistes of the state and outside as well.
During a press conference held at Notion Showroom, it was highlighted that the mission of TCG is to make a journey of possibilities for the Next Generation by touching people’s life through thoughtful and comprehensive support.
One of the organizing members of TCG during the press conference said that through the event TCG plans in bringing up the talents who are specialized not only in music but all kinds of upcoming talents of Naga youths.
TCG, a registered society under Society Registration Act 1860 is promoted by a group of social Innopreneurs who have come together with the objective to attain by leaving behind a noble foot print with a difference for the next generation.
Various groups and societies like the Nagaland Singing Ambassadors, Faith in Action, Nagaland Chamber Choir, Voices of Hope, Dreamz Unlimited, Gideon Mesen and some solo artists like Azeena of Manipur and special guest artists Mami Varte and Henry Varte from Shillong. TRGU Vocational Training Centre under the proprietorship of Alienla Jamir will utilize the trainees’ talent by providing home-made bakery items during the event which will be held on December 13 at NEZCC complex. TRGU Vocational Training Centre is awardees of the prestigious North East Entrepreneur Appreciation Award presented by the Chamber of Small Industries Association from Government of India during the year 2010 for their outstanding performances.

By EMN Updated: Nov 20, 2014 9:29:56 pm