On 25th December 2001, a dream came true with a vision to contribute to the cultural landscape of Qatar. This artistic endeavour now stands as IAID, a novel institute that provides quality training for Dance, Music and Arts. IAID is  a pioneer in conducting workshops for children in Qatar and has to its credit more than 1,000 students (children & adults) representing over 80 nationalities for its regular courses.

With a commitment to quality training, IAID maintains integrated courses that meet international standards and certifications as it is affiliated with the London College of Music (LCM) –  University of West London UK,  Nalanda Dance Research Centre – Mumbai University (India), British Theatre Dance Association (BTDA), UK and more.

Over the years, IAID highlights its talents through Events and has been working closely with the Qatar community being part of prestigious events such as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 15th Asian Games Doha 2006, International Dance and Theatre Festival in Kuwait (2011), Annual Family Day of the Doha Tribeca Film Festival, World Environment Day Celebrations in Qatar, Ajyal Youth Film Festival to name a few.

With 15 years of quality training along with growing opportunities in the field of Performing Arts, IAID acknowledges to share its passion in spreading an atmosphere of talent and creativity by expanding its horizons to an international arena. With the academy’s proven track record, excellent services and highly qualified individuals supporting this venture, IAID is confident to fulfill this vision to make way into the global scene.

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