"The Tunetellers" Unveils "Kothare-Gaanere Exondhya" - A Groundbreaking Blend of Poetry and Music
The Tunetellers are excited to offer this one-of-a-kind experience to audiences who appreciate good art. Their aim is to create an environment of artistic excellence and provide attendees with an unforgettable evening.
In addition to the trio, "Kothare-Gaanere Exondhya" will feature various musicians, lyricists, poets, and other professionals in the field of art. The Tunetellers are dedicated to creating the best possible musical experience for all attendees.
This initiative is a step towards achieving their belief that creating our own good times is essential to living a good life. They plan to take "Kothare-Gaanere Exondhya" to different places and provide an evening of music and poetry to as many people as possible.
For those interested in attending or learning more about the event, please contact 97070 14712 for more information. Don't miss out on this opportunity to experience an evening of music and poetry like no other!
No 20, Nayan Nagar, Mathgharia 1 no, Guwahati, 781026, Assam, India
Tunetellers, an ensemble hailing from Assam, comprises of singer-songwriter Rupam Bhuyan, poet & actor Sasanka Samir, & music producer Jim Ankan Deka. Their mission is to spread the love of music and poetry amongst people and listeners alike.
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