Spring Music Festival

Concert/dance performances by invited artistes from India/U.S. and group music/dance presentations by Houston-based senior artistes

Every April

About the Event - Spring Music Festival

Our annual Spring Festival, which typically falls in mid-April, is curated by , an invited performing artist or musicologist of eminence in the role of Festival Artistic Director. The AD’s choice of festival theme permeates all events of the festival such as lecture demonstrations, musical vocal and orchestral group presentations and dance performances, panel discussions including the grand finale concert by the invited artist and accompanying fellow artists. Most of the Artistic Directors have been from India, including a few Sangitha Kalanidhis. Bearing the unique stamp of the Artistic Director’s ideas, creativity and leadership, the CAS Spring festival is enriched in content and caliber and is refreshingly varied each year. A list our distinguished Artistic Directors is proudly displayed in this website and included in the festival brochures in our Archives pages.

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2007

Chitravina Ravikiran – "Multifaceted Contributions of Sri Tyagaraja"

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2008

T.M. Krishna – “All About Sri Tyagaraja” - A Fun Festival.

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2009

Trichy Sankaran – “Sogasuga Mridanga Taalamu”

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2010

Charumathi Ramachandran – “Endaro Mahanubhavulu”, celebrating Women in Carnatic Music

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2011

Anuradha Subramanian – "Sri Tyagaraja's Music in the North American Diaspora"

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2012

R. Vedavalli – “Sarasa Sama Gaana”

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2013

B.M. Sundaram – “Vaggeyakara Vaibhavam”, celebrating Tyagaraja's contemporaries

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2014

Chitravina Ravikiran - "Melody, Harmony and Melharmony"

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2015

Classical Arts Board - in consultation with Malladi Brothers - "Music and Wellness"

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2016

Gowri Ramnarayan - "M.S. Subbulakshmi", a Centenary Celebration

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2017 & 2018

Classical Arts Board

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2019

R.K. Shriramkumar - "D.K. Pattammal", a Centenary Celebration

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