Arts and Entertainment
North Field School student takes musical ‘Top Acts’
Kemesanuo Vivian Belho of North Field School was adjudged the winner of a musical variety competition called ‘Top Acts’ that was held at the Capital Convention Centre in Kohima on Sat.
The event was organised by the Nagaland unit of a group called the Muskan Youth Center of Family Planning Association of India in partnership with two other groups, called 4Life and LifePro Sound Solution.
Eleven artists competed in the grand finale. Muskan Youth Centre organised the event on International Youth Day on Aug. 12 2017 too and then every month on 4th Sat.
Top Acts culminated with the grand finale on Jan. 27.
Belho bagged a cash prize of INR 10,000 and a citation sponsored by Dr Amen Walling of 4Life International Diamond.
Guest artists Senti Semy and Dieze Sothu gave special performances during the event.
Vincent Belho, general manager of FPA India’s Nagaland unit said that Top Acts was conceptualized to provide a platform to young artists ‘to perform and realize their potential in the field of their choice of art.’ Besides, the platform would offer opportunities to them to interact with experienced and accomplished artists to help them learn and grow, it was informed.
The Muskan Youth Centre of FPA India announced that season-two will start with its first edition on April 28. The group has requested parents, school authorities, and churches to encourage their children to participate in the event.
The Nagaland unit of the FPA India is a voluntary agency working in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights. As part of its youth involvement exercise, the group organises youth programs.
The Muskan Youth centre aims to be a ‘hub’ for young people to ‘come together’ and channelize their energy into positive activities.