Longo is by far the youngest musician in the Ts’utisopeli Project. His recordings were made in 2012 when he was only 12 years old.
Born in Kvemo Alvani, Longo is a Tush1 who enjoys singing the songs of his ancestors as well as popular Georgian music. He has three siblings and supportive parents who deeply understand the value of Georgia’s folk traditions and encourage Longo in his studies.
1A person originally from the highland of Tusheti in northeast Georgia. Read more about the Tush here.