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‘One Piano Eight Hands’ livepiano concert held in Kohima


In a first of its kind, Brilliante live piano concert, “One Piano Eight Hands” was held at Music Academy Kohima (MAK) on October 15.
Speaking to Nagaland Post, director, MAK and founder of Brillante, Nagaland Piano Festival and also president, Nagaland Piano Teachers Association, Khyochano Ngully shared that Brillante stood to promote piano music, to impact music lovers, and at the same time, to encourage the study and performance of piano music in Nagaland.
Adding that music required community effort, Ngully shared that they wanted to be agents of social development, integrating different segments of the community and shared that through music, one could also lean towards it as a profession and also that it needs to be enjoyed outside the classrooms as well.
Ngully shared that the event which started in Nagaland in 2017 and went national in 2019-2021 displayed maximum participation upto the international level and witnessed a lot of positive response and participation beyond their expectations.
The four artists enthralled the crowd with their performances, including the “one piano eight hands” segment and was later followed by an interactive session with the audience.

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