Talent Representation, Management & Development

Harmonia takes a holistic approach to facilitating creative collaborations for premier international artists, highlighting their personal brand, style and artistic voice. 

We curate world-class creative and production resources for artist projects in choreography, music video production, music production, concert creative direction, concert production, artist vocal and dance training, overseas publicity. We provide cross-border booking, coordination, artist development, project management and execution services. 


Shaun Evaristo

Urban Dance Master Choreographer

A dancer, choreographer and community builder, Shaun Evaristo is a leader of Urban Dance. Passionate about culture, contribution, and empowering people, he paves the way for the future wave of dancers. Shaun is mostly known for creating the company Movement Lifestyle, an urban dance brand and a community based and globally connected urban dance brand.

Shaun’s career as a choreographer spans from choreographing on some of America’s top TV show’s such as So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol to developing some of Europe’s and Asia’s top pop artists like Big Bang and 2NE1. As a dancer, he has worked with various artists, including Justin Bieber on his world tour. Recently he has appeared in the global sensation and Oscar nominee for Best Picture, movie “La La Land”.

Miguel Zarate

Master Choreographer

Miguel Zarate has always had a passion for dance and creating movement. He has worked alongside icons such as Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, Azealia Banks, Adam Lambert, Pussy Cat Dolls, Davy Havok of AFI and Chelsea Handler. Miguel has been an Associate Choreographer for American’s Got Talent and Senior Associate Choreographer for The X Factor both under dance industry leader, Brian Friedman. Miguel draws much of his inspiration from his love of avant garde fashion and seeing life as art. His fresh look on, and interpretation of movement has made him one of the most sought after new voices of choreography and artist development.