Djansug Kakhidze’s creative activities in the fields of cinematography and theatre holds important roles in his carrier. The 1960-1990s are rightly considered the flourishing period of the Georgian film industry. The soundtracks of almost all the movies of the period were conducted by Djansug Kakhidze. Djansug Kakhidze perceived himself firstly as a conductor. As he used to say, to write music was “hobby” for him. However, it should be noted that the song had a special place in his life and he had a great influence on the process of his formation as a versatile musician; Kakhidze’s songs are well-known not only in Georgia – the famous jazz saxophone player Jan Garbarek included one of his best composition – “The Moon over Mtatsminda” into the CD album “ghites” and was absolutely delighted of Djansug’s singing. After the death of Jansug Kakhidze, the Tbilisi Music and Cultural Center and its surrounding garden were named after him. The Georgian Musical Society awarded him posthumously the Prize of Zakhary Paliashvili.