As the world awaits Christmas celebrations with much excitement, with the countdown ticking, the Capital City Music Institute, Delhi team brought out a magnificent musical piece to spread love and unity through music that captures the mood and essence of 2021 Christmas.
The man behind CCMI Delhi, Chief Executive Director Sochipem Kashak, known to many as Apem, told Ukhrul Times that the production of O Holy Night, a traditional Christmas Carol, also known as Cantique De Noël, was to bring together his students and friends from different places from India and abroad, tribes and tongues breaking the barriers of ethnicity and just coming together as one race.
“By God’s grace, we have been blessed with so many talented students from various parts of India and beyond in our music Institute,” Apem exclaimed.
O Holy Night production is a result of seizing opportunity, the fine tuning and collaborative working together of various domestic and international artists, and yes, students from Capital City Music Institute, Delhi.
Here is a close up glance at the young and colourful team behind O Holy Night
Capital City Music Institute
Sochipem Kashak, Chief Executive Director, CCMI from Tangkhul Community,
Nelson Jamatia, Executive Manager, CCMI from Tripuri Community
Robert Luwang, Music Producer & Sound Engineer, CCMI from Meitei Community
Reisang Shimray, Musician & Video Producer, CCMI from Tangkhul Communty
Bryan Khaling, Assistant Videographer, CCMI from Khoibu Community
Featuring African Friends
Odelle Sikhosana – South African
Thando Kodua – South Africa
Stephen Leslie Zimbabwean
Best – Nigeria
Richard – Burundian
CCMI Student Artists from different part of India