Austin Dance India


Sacred Earth Stories | June 29 & 30 2019

Sacred Earth Stories | June 29 & 30 2019

Upcoming Performances | Spring and Summer 2019

Upcoming Performances | Spring and Summer 2019

Dance Education | School Visit

Dance Education | School Visit

Anu Dances:


June 2019

29 and 30 Sat 7 pm and Sun 2 pm Sacred Earth Stories
Don’t miss this new original production featuring Bharata Natyam dance with accompanying live music and multimedia. Ancient Earth goddess mythologies from three different cultures are connected with current day climate change issues.
Emma Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River St
Tickets: $20 general $15 student/senior

May 2019

16 7-8 pm Nature, Gender, and the Divine. Anuradha presents traditional Bharata Natyam followed by a discussion. The topics of nature, gender, and divine are presented and connected within Indian mythology.
Austin Central Library, 710 Caesar Chavez Free and open to all ages!

30 7 pm Performance at the Interfaith Action of Texas Hope Awards Celebration and Fundraiser.
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 MLK Blvd.

5 2 pm Austin History Center recognizes Anuradha Naimpally for her participation in the Oral History Project.
Austin History Center

4 11 am ADI’s Annual Student Showcase featuring all students presenting traditional Bharata Natyam repertoire in colorful costumes.
Shepherd of the Hills Church, 6909 W Courtyard Dr
$5 admission at the door per person Open to all ages!

April 2019

7 4-7 pm Performance at the Annual Bollywood Meets the Borscht Belt event by Hindu Charities for America.
Dell Jewish Community Center Tickets at

February 2019
8 pm ACA Honors event. Anuradha performs her Maya Angelou tribute solo during the evening’s festivities.
The North Door, 502 Brushy Street Free for ACA members.

January 2019

26 Performance at the Indian American Coalition of Texas Annual Gala
Asian American Cultural Center, 8401 Cameron Rd


Anuradha travels to work with Lubbock’s TTU International Office as she performs her Moving Myths of India shows in Panhandle schools.

A Mayor's Proclamation:
Mayor of Austin, Steve Adler, recently issued a proclamation at Austin City Hall acknowledging 25 years of work in our community with Austin Dance India.


Austin Dance India is not accepting new student enrollment as of March 2018.

Saturday, May 4th 11 am
Annual ADI Student Showcase
Featuring all students of ADI, this annual event presents traditional dances in colorful costumes.
Shepherd of the Hills Church, 6909 W Courtyard Dr
$5 per person admission at the door. Open to all ages!


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