These are the 2016 shows announced to date. We will continue announcing events through the end of December 2015.
Friday February 19, 2016 at 8pm, Wortham Center
Bollywood & Hollywood Brass Extravaganza
by River City Brass
The twenty-two member River City Brass spectacularly performs musical hits of Bollywood and Hollywood that will have you dancing in your seats! This concert is specially commissioned by IAA for its 2016 Season opener.
Friday April 15, 2016 at 8pm, Wortham Center
Dance Drama “The Flowering Tree” with English narration
by Natya Dance Theater Company, Chicago
The Flowering Tree is based on a folk tale translated from original Kannada by the celebrated poet A.K. Ramanujan. It tells a story how we should respect each other and respect nature.
Friday July 22, 2016 at 8pm, Wortham Center
Romeo and Juliet in Kathak
Romeo & Juliet in Kathak has performed in last ten years to high acclaim all over India. However, due to logistical issues, it never performed outside India. For the first time, the production will perform in U.S.A., premiering in the Madison Square Garden in New York City, before coming to Houston.
The Indo-American Association (IAA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1993 to promote cultural arts of Indian subcontinent in the American context. Our events are targeted at multi-cultural audiences. Membership in IAA is open to anyone who shares the goals of the organization. IAA programming and audience have grown with each passing year. IAA is today regarded a first-rate cultural arts organization by Indo-Americans as well as by mainstream Americans.