The Shillong Chamber Choir

'Shillong Chamber Choir and the Little Home School' is the story of one man's endurance to empower his community through educational reform and allow for a system where children would be allowed to grow irrespective of their talents and skills. Neil Nongkynrih's vision to create a school for children in Meghalaya started out as an attempt to just gather people around and play a variety of music. But the choir instead, developed a unique repertoire. Mozart and Beethoven are intertwined with regional tunes from the Khasi area. Along with the music school, there is a home school run by Nongkynrih where sixteen children live, study and pray together.

Year of production of the film
2008
Duration of the film
26 minutes 56 seconds
Producer
Public Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affairs
Director
Urmi Juvekar
Screening Schedule
Wednesday, 7 February 2018, 10:00 am
Available until 28 Feb 2018