STREET PIANO FESTIVAL HELD IN NAGALAND
Northeast Today|October 2021
The Street Piano Festival, as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM), Kohima Street Carnival was held at Old NST Parking, Kohima on September 29, 2021.

The event was organised by Kohima Smart City in collaboration with Brillantethe Nagaland Piano Festival. The Street Piano Festival witnessed live piano performances in the open from a host of piano performers of all ages. The street piano festival was also a curtain-raiser for the third edition of the Nagaland Piano Festival called Brillante.

“The venue was visually captivating with piano keys painted on the floor of the whole parking lot, hand-painted street piano and other installation art piece attractively displaying the logo of Brillante for all onlookers to see. The event started at noon and the crowd did not dissipate even at 5:00 pm when the last note was played by a little boy called Jabez,” Brillante founder-cum-director Khyochano TCK reported The Morung Express.

Speaking further she informed that the goal of this Street Piano Day was to upliftthe community and provide the comfort, hope and beauty of life through music, and she added that the event was successful and it did just what she had envisaged.

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