As an organization, Chinton is five years old and still in its infancy, but they have given the city some of the most exciting and novel presentations in music in the last few years beginning with their trend setting Valentine's Day shows and other programmes. Chinton set sail on February 2009 to celebrate love, to celebrate Valentine's Day in a way that the city of Kolkata probably never saw before. Chinton’s latest Spring concert - "Ronger Jhorna - Colours of Spring", on March 29th, 2013, rocked Kalamandir and has been one of their best productions. Chinton is the brain child of young vocalist Sounak. It is an attempt to propagate fine arts and music among youngsters today and create new audience and awareness for cerebral art music. Parallel to stage productions, Sounak has been quitely training his students in classical music and Ragas and Rabindrasangeet in seperate batches. He introduced and showcased them for the first time at the 2013 spring concert - "Ronger Jhorna". Sounak envisages a bright future for Chinton as an institution of art and music in the years to come as well and the seeds have already been sown. Transcending entertainment but not denying it, Chinton plans to continue on its journey with new shows and new ideas integrating fine arts and socialy relevant issues. Ther latest was also the biggest so far. "Green Earth - Shyamol Sukher Dhora", a concert dedicated to Global warming and the environment as depicted in the works of Rabindranath Tagore, was staged on June 8th, 2013. It was the talk of the town and one of the biggest concerts of the city this summer.