Saturday, April 1, 2023

Zisela Rüdithongrü wins 1st Witness Music Conference

Zisela Rüdithongrü became the first to win Witness Music Conference (WMC), organised by like-minded God loving individuals from Kiphire district, held from October 3 – 5 at USBLA retreat center under the theme, “God in the Beat”.
With a whooping price of ₹1 lakh, Zisela will be recording her first ever gospel originals with a total of five songs from a professional studio along with one professional music video from one of the best videographers from Nagaland Kohdi Jings, who is an awardee of best music video director from Nagaland in the year 2020 and best music videographer 2021 for a famous song “Die A Legend” featuring artist JPolland.
The first runner-up was bagged by Arola Jinger while the second runner-up was adjudged to Vitila Sangtam. Both the runners-up will also get to take up professional recording and music video next year. Arola Jinger, the first runner-up will be recording two professional studios recording and one professional music video, while Vitila Sangtam, second runner-up will be recording one professional studio music additionally all the recordings and music video will be assisted by WMC team.
Zisela Rüdithongrü did her high school from Kohima (Mezhür Higher Secondary School), bachelor from Sazolie College, Kohima and masters from ICFAI University, Aizawl. She loves to read self-help books and creating & recreating outfits.
To a query about her choice of genre in music, she said “I’m open to every genre of music but gospel has always been close to my heart because that is where I find solace and I wish to pursue my career as an artiste further with my sole focus on gospel music, and as of now I don’t know how to go on to achieve that but as always, I’ll leave it to God for His guidance and whatever His will is, so will be hers”.
Expressing her joy to the organizing committee of WMC, she genuinely felt so honoured that WMC has organised such a conference to reach out the youths for better relationship with God.
Her experience at WMC was great and practical, it helped her understand more about the myths of worldly desires and how-to live-in God’s presence, indeed God is in the business of transforming lives.
Her other takes from WMC were how each individual have different perspectives, it helped her to look more into the diversity of human mind and through this conference it inspired her to work harder.

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