- International Performing Arts Festival
- Delhi International Arts Festival
- International Ethnic Folklore Festival
- Nadd Foundation – Durjay Bhaumik
- Pernia Qureshi
- Akash Odedra
- Sarvam Foundation
- Priya Venkatraman
- Ayan Ali Khan
- Natya Tarangini
- Aditi Mangaldas
- Bhavana Reddy
- Gauri Diwakar
- Rachana Yadav
- Sounds of the Sufis
- Taraana Institute
- Avinav Mukherjee
- Tapas – An Academy for Performing Arts
- Instituto Cervantes
- Dr. Prabha Atre
- Kalpataru Arts
- SIDDHA (Swaraanjali Institute of Dance, Drums and Harmonic Arts)
International Performing Arts Festival (IPAF)
International Performing Arts Festival, 2015 was a glorious multi-city event for creating one platform for performing artists, to showcase the admixture of traditional as well as contemporary dance forms, of different nations. India Heritage Desk was the media partner of this grand initiative managing the complete social media promotions, generating buzz for the event in every digital platform, provided coverage service to IPAF-Delhi Chapter, and delivered an AV on the event.
Delhi International Arts Festival(DIAF)
Now a signature festival of India, attracting artists, connoisseurs and tourists from across the globe, the Delhi International Arts Festival (DIAF) requires no formal introduction. India Heritage Desk was an exclusive media partner of this, multi art, multi venue annual cultural festival and worked to generate buzz for its digital media promotion, along with covering this phenomenal festival and created a short film on the entire event.
International Ethnic Folklore Festival(IEFF)
Celebrating the amalgamation of world international folklore, dance and music, International Ethnic Folklore Festival (IEFF) is one of its kind festival. India Heritage Desk catered as its media partner capturing the vigorous actions & moves of the event – both in videos & stills and delivering promotional materials for major digital platforms along with creating a short film to sum up.
Nadd Foundation – Durjay Bhaumik
When two minds are committed for the same cause, their union becomes the bright torch enlightening the pathway to the common destination. “Concert for Harmony Series”- a musical endeavor for propagation of the rich Indian cultural heritage, is an initiative by the eminent, Nadd Foundation. India Heritage Desk is elated in being an integral part of this project, rendering various promotional services and seeing it prospering into a grand accomplishment.
The wonderfully endowed classical dancer and leading style icon & fashion entrepreneur, Pernia Qureshi is a diva with multiple feathers in her cap. With Pernia and panache going hand-in-hand, India Heritage Desk was elated in delivering digital media promotions, traditional media promotion, along with event coverage for her theme dance recital “Chandni Raatien”, at NCPA, Mumbai where she performed Kuchipudi & Kathak recitals on the brilliant choreographies of her gurus the legendary, Raja Radha Reddy and Kumudini Lakhia respectively.
As Aakash Odedra was deep into his poetic dance reverie, India Heritage Desk was busy taking care of the formalities that went in making the production – Rising, an impressive triumph. Being the exclusive media partner of the event, IHD left no stones unturned in generating hype for the affair along with arresting the meditative dance recital of Odedra, both in motion and stills.
The unique workshop, the Rama Vaidyanathan Residency is an out-of-box initiative, by Sarvam Foundation, to bring out Bharatnatyam from the monotonous urban indoors to the lap of the thriving nature, at Zorba the Buddha, New Delhi. In this three-day workshop – a brain child of the spirited Bharatanatyam exponent Nehha Bhatnagar, India Heritage Desk joined in to create a short film on the event.
A prominent Bharatanatyam dancer, Priya Venkataraman joined hands with India Heritage Desk for the coverage of her distinguished performance in the Delhi Dialogue – VIII, where she shared the stage with other prominent names in the field of dance. She is one of the world renowned exponents whose performances has been witnessed by the likes of US President Barrack Obama on his India visit in 2010, the Royal couple of Bhutan and many other glittering names.
Natyadarshan was a two-day seminar titled ‘Designing Space, a unique endeavor conceptualized by noted Bharatanatyam exponent Malavika Sarukkai to channel in the variations of the dance form. India Heritage Desk has been honoured to do the digital promotions as well captured each & every moment of this brainstorming session.
Ayan Ali Khan
He belongs to the great Bangash heredity, who takes pride in, as the creator of the sarod. Son of the legendary sarod artiste, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan Bangash and younger brother of equally talented Amaan Ali Khan, Ayan Ali Khan is the fifth generation sarod artiste who is taking forward his proud lineage to greater heights. India Heritage Desk was delighted to have his company for a candid interview and also cover his exclusive performance.
India Heritage Desk worked hand-in-hand with Raja Radha Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy to gain exposure & traction for their dream project, Natya Tarangini Performing Arts Centre. Through our cohesive, fresh and modern media planning and production facilities, we kept the audience fondly engaged with a month-long hustle and bustle on the digital space!
Talking of our loyal clan, Kathak Exponent Aditi Mangaldas tops the chart. From its very first breath, India Heritage Desk is deploying its best skills and bandwidth to consistently deliver the production services and social media strategies that match the feel of Drishtikon Dance Foundation; traditional yet contemporary.
India Heritage Desk took extreme delight to walk-a-walk with young and talented Bhavana Reddy to capture her magical performance and raise her digital profile. Inheriting dance from her legendary family (Raja Radha Reddy & Kaushalya Reddy), Bhavana is not just an amazing dancer but a promising singer, who made India proud by performing at Grammy’s after party.
India Heritage Desk is proud to have a role in the promotions of “Hari ho..Gati meri”, a beautiful concept orchestrated by Kathak exponent, Gauri Diwakar. Our dynamic team went above and beyond in media planning, buying and production services to highlight the extraordinary grace and talent of Gauri and deliver her that quality in buckets.
Kathak artiste, Rachana Yadav joined hands with India Heritage Desk for the promotion of her heartfelt choreographies, Samvet and Hum Kadam. Handled with focus, the innovative ideas and hard work of our team significantly improved her media targeting and outreach. We are still bracketed together for many of her upcoming projects.
Sounds of the Sufis
Our enterprise takes pleasure in its alliance with India’s first Interactive Musical Documentary Theatre Performance, “Sounds of the Sufis”. The brilliant performers, Anuraag Dhoundeyal, Priyanka Patel, and Karan Chitra Deshmukh trusted India Heritage Desk to capture their soul-stirring narratives of Sufism interwoven with music, for promotion and dissemination across the diverse media outlets.
India Heritage Desk became the supporting shoulder of the melodious sisters, Archita & Anindita Acharjee to support their dream venture,“Taraana Institution”. Our creative team overarched the service standards by raising their profile across the major aspects of PR through effective social commentary & engagement, and event coverage. Also, we conveyed the unique identity and concept of their institute by designing their logo.
The young but extremely dynamic Kathak dancer, Avinav Mukherjee chose the creative skills of India Heritage Desk for capturing his solo performance, “Antatah”. With professionalism, energy and quality consciousness, our team well connected with the spirit of his event and provide him with the stills, videos, and trailers that showcased the magnificence of his performance.
Tapas – An Academy for Performing Arts
Isn’t it beautiful to watch a dancing felicitation of Gurus by their disciples? Thanks to our esteemed client, Devikaa Rajaraman who is herself a Bharatanatyam dancer, we got an opportunity to promote and shoot a likewise concept named “Pancharatnas – Natya”! Team India Heritage Desk totally engrossed itself in this event, organized by “Tapas – An Academy for Performing Arts” to ensure them the best coverage on the event and traditional media.
Instituto Cervantes bonded with India Heritage Desk for its one of its kind Music Festival. Our team of brilliant photographers and videographers captured the range of musical performances carefully and with attention to detail. Finally, the client was impressed with the outcome in the form of stunning pictures and videos.
Dr. Prabha Atre
Dr. Prabha Atre, the senior most living vocalists of ‘Kirana Gharana’ chose us to handle the stir of her event, “Sahasra Chandra Prabha”. Team India Heritage Desk made sure to impress the client and her audience with beautiful shots, videos, and its ability to edit and deliver them in a quick manner.
An organization lead by the young and dynamic Kathak Danseuse Sangita Chatterjee, aims to escalate the standards of Indian Performing Arts to new heights. It organized a two-day extravaganza “Manthan” bringing the legends and young artists together on one stage. India Heritage Desk was ecstatic to contribute by effectively promoting it on major social networks and through traditional media, and capturing this outstanding fest in stills and motion.
SIDDHA (Swaraanjali Institute of Dance, Drums and Harmonic Arts)
(Swaraanjali Institute of Dance, Drums and Harmonic Arts): India Heritage Desk was privileged to be a part of traditional media promotions and event coverage for “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam”, an International Festival of Indian Music and Dance organized by “Siddha”, with its uniqueness to promote non-Indian artists from other countries who are carrying forward the legacy of Indian Art and Culture in their countries.