To Unite Hearts through Arts
The advancement of education and culture among persons resident in Merseyside and elsewhere in the United Kingdom & internationally, by the promotion of Indian Arts, Music and Crafts.
Milapfest is Britain’s leading Indian arts development trust, producing world class performances, education and artist development opportunities across the UK. We are a British Art Organisation specialising in Indian Arts with a strong track record of creating and delivering ground breaking artistic projects nationally.
Milapfest’s aim is to bringing people together by providing audiences, aspiring artists and teachers with memorable and inspirational experiences of Indian arts through a dynamic programme of performances, tours, commissions, festivals and innovative educational projects. In the exciting and challenging task of building and strengthening today’s multicultural Britain, our committed endeavour is to unite the hearts and minds of all communities through an exhilarating celebration of arts and culture.
In other words, our aim is “to Unite Hearts through Arts,” by giving our audiences memorable, inspirational experiences in Indian Arts through a year round programme of performances, tours, commissions, festivals and innovative educational projects which create and provide sustained career development opportunities for artists learning and practising different genres of Indian Arts.
In recent years our educational projects have multiplied considerably, and our aim has been to inter-connect all our projects so that the maximum possible impact is made to the lives of our audiences and participants. In recent years, the Trust has created international partnerships and projects to further strengthen and widen our work, resulting in some exciting cross-cultural collaborations.
Our principal work includes the three city Indian Music concert series, Samyo, the National Youth Orchestra for Indian Music, Tarang, the National Indian Music Ensemble, as well as career development opportunities for young music and dance practitioners of Britain. In 2016 we have embarked upon the creating as new National Choir for Indian Music in England.
We deliver a very popular Arts School at Liverpool Hope University, delivering excellent teaching courses in Indian Music and Dance.
In the exciting and challenging task of building and strengthening today’s multicultural Britain, our committed endeavour is to try and unite the hearts and minds of all our communities through an exhilarating celebration of arts and culture.
Our organisation is committed to safeguarding children and promoting children’s welfare and expects all staff, trustees, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. For more details on or to request a copy of Milapfest’s Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy please contact Aditi Sen, Arts School Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0151 291 3649/07960494986.