Arts and Entertainment
Nagaland: TaFMA launches Open House in Wokha
The Task Force for Music & Arts (TaFMA) launched ‘Open House’ (cafe culture) on Aug. 29 at Hotel Hornbill in Wokha.
Rev. P Khombemo Kikon, the associate pastor of Wokha town Baptist Church dedicated the launching programme.
Mhademo Enio TaFMA Wokha, the event manager while briefing the programme said that TaFMA focuses on the grassroots level and is on a venture for a hunt in music and art.
He said that TaFma will be organising cafe programmes in and around Wokha and provide opportunities to young and local artists in the district to showcase their talents as well as to explore their potential. Students from Bravo school of music battled out instrument piece, solo and group song where performers of the night were bagged by Nzan Ezung and Ephyosen Kyong.
Bravo School of Music managing director David Ngullie appreciated TaFMA Nagaland for targeting local artist, while expressing hope that more local artist will come up through this programme and help the youths in identifying their potential in the field of art and music.