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2019 Event Schedule



SRI RAMANAVAMI MUSIC & DANCE FESTIVAL
Sunday, April 28th, 2019 @ 2PM
Venue: C.D. Fulkes Middle School,
300 W. Anderson Avenue, Round Rock, 78664


Click here for the 2019 Ramanavami Cultural Participation Program

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Samyoga- The Sublime Love:
A STIRRING BALLET ON INDIA’S EPICS
Music Director: Sri. Rajkumar Bharathi

MARCH 30, 2019 a 6 P.M.
Westlake High School Theater, Westbank Drive, Austin, TX

SHIJIT NAMBIAR , PARVATHY MENON & THE TEAM OF 10 DANCERS. EPISODES FROM KUMARA SAMBHAVA (Sanskrit), BHAGAVATHAM (Telugu) and KAMBA RAMAYANAM( Tamil) to be featured. THE WEDDINGS OF PARVATHI AND SIVA, RUKMINI & KRISHNA AND SITA AND RAMA TO BE PORTRAYED.

“A DOUBLE DELIGHT” “DANCE SOPHISTCATION IN CHOREOGRAPHY”- The Hindu Saturday,


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Sangeetha Kalanidhi Sanjay Subrahmanyan-Vocal
S.Varadarajan- Violin
Neyveli Venkatesh- Mridangam


Saturday, April 20, 2019, at 6 p.m.
Blanton Museum of Arts, MLK Boulevard, Austin, Tx
Sangeetha Kalanidhi Sanjay Subrahmanyan-Vocal


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Ranjani/Gayathri- Vocal
Charumathi Raghuraman- violin
Sai Giridhar- Mridangam


Saturday, May 4th 2019 at 6 p.m.
Blanton Museum of Arts, MLK Boulevard, Austin, TX
Ranjani/Gayathri- Vocal


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Sangeetha Kalanidhi Sudha Raghunathan- Vocal
Kamala Kiran –Violin
Akshay Padmanabhan- Mridangm
Sowmi Naryanan- Ghatam


Saturday, May 11th 2019 at 6p.m.
Blanton Museum of Arts, MLK Boulevard, Austin, Tx
Sangeetha Kalanidhi Sudha Raghunathan- Vocal


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Vidushi Vijayalakhmi Subramaniam- Vocal
Vidushi Sandhya Srinath- Violin
Erode Nagaraj- Mridangam

Saturday. May 18, 2019 @ 6 p.m.
Blanton Museum Theater, MLK Boulevard, Austin
Vidushi Vijayalakhmi Subramaniam

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OUTREACH EVENTS:

India Fine Arts has been making a conscious and concerted effort to serve the needs of the underserved communities

The art of “Touch and Feel’ technique is widely used in India to teach the blind and visually impaired persons to teach dancing. The blind dancer follows the dance movements by touching and feeling the hands and legs of the dancer and then dance to the lyrics. Several workshops have been done for the Texas School for the blind and visually impaired to teach them to do a ballet. A blind dancing group was sponsored from Bangalore to do a ballet for them.

The “raga’ based Indian music has some therapeutic effects to alleviate depression, stress and other physical and mental ailments. This musical therapy is particularly important for seniors to lift them from loneliness and depression and create mental happiness. Several workshops have been done at Austin Groups for the Elderly to teach yoga based exercises with musical therapy.

IFA is also promoting radio music shows for the emotionally challenged people like Breaking the Boundaries, and Motional music.