Littlei is a production company based in Kolkata, India.

Our primary focus is promoting live music, the performing arts and innovative design while building a national creative commune that includes musicians, artists, designers, writers, actors, dancers, photographers, producers and new age visionaries.

Littlei’s services range from artist and performer bookings to a comprehensive event management service.

Our musical programming includes the following genres (and the spaces in between):

  • Electronic Music
  • Jazz & Blues
  • Western Classical
  • Lounge and Downtempo
  • Eastern Classical and Fusion
  • Contemporary Rock and Metal
  • Hip-Hop

Our visual/environmental programming includes:

  • Fractal art and ultraviolet d├ęcor
  • Mood based and ethnic light installations
  • Live video projections created by visual artists

Our design concepts include:

  • Digital design from 2 inch logos to 30 foot hoardings
  • Spatial design for indoor and outdoor venues

Our performing artists include:

  • Traditional, folk, latin, ballroom, swing, street, liturgical and contemporary dancers
  • Theatrical performers and public speakers
  • Painters, sculptors, illustrators, videographers and photographers

Our think tank includes:

  • Luminaries from the music and performing art communities
  • Art, architecture and design consultants from both commercial and non-profit organisations
  • Advisors from advertising and promotional agencies
  • Information technology professionals and web gurus
Each event that we organise is unique and created on the basis of
audience, artist, venue and sponsor specifications.



Congo Square was formed in the winter of 2002 as a non-profit society to promote jazz and blues in India. Members of Congo Square have had experience of running an international jazz festival, Jazzfest, every year from 1978 to 1982. These featured over 30 international jazz groups of the best-known musicians from the US and Europe. We were also proactive in promoting both overseas visitors and Indian talent, including epoch-makers such as Shakti, Joe Williams, Mingus Dynasty. The audiences always numbered upwards of a thousand – glitterati, youth, musicians and aficionados. These memorable concerts stopped only because the youthful organising team set off on divergent careers.

Congo Square is formed with the same core group, networked with both overseas and Indian musicians. Our goal is not to promote the highest margins but to reach the largest number of music-lovers in Kolkata with the best music – jazz, blues, jazz-rock, rock n’ roll, fusion, etc.

Congo Square revived this programme of activity, with six concerts in 2003 (including one each at Aizawl and Shillong) and a four-day international festival of world music, Jazz Blues & Beyond in January 2004. Once again the fare ranged from fusion music featuring the prodigious guitarist Jonas Hellborg with percussionists V. Selvaganesh, Taal Tantra with Tanmoy Bose and the electrifying folk-rock group Bangla from Bangladesh to excellent jazz combos from Holland, Germany and Italy, and distinguished old friends, the Rena Rama Quartet and the Karin Krog Trio.


Liquid Frequency was conceptualized from the growing debate of viable music distribution, artist promotion and booking opportunities for electronic musicians. The Modus Operandi incorporates ideas from independent music labels, digital media distributors, underground events, festivals and localized communities.

The website is a portal for those who are active in the current electronic musical revolution while serving as an entry point to those who have been introduced to the concept by friends and family in India, Poland and the United States.


ORG is a studio based in Kolkata with a specialized focus on spatial decor for events, product photography and design solutions.