Bharathadarshana School of Classical Indian Dance and Music - 10:00AM
The Bharathadarshana School of Classical Indian Dance and Music is a premier institute imparting the classical performing arts in its pristine purity from more than 30 years. Guru Mrs. Soujanya Madhusudan, Artistic Associate Director, established the school in the U.S. 10 years ago. The school currently operates in Houston and Pearland, TX, Cumming, GA, and Bangalore, India. The institute offers in person and private online lessons in Bharatanatyam, Carnatic Vocal, Mridangam, and Nattuvangam.
Music Doing Good - 10:55AM
Music Doing Good is an arts organization that inspires and transforms lives through innovative, music-based programming and performance experiences. They deliver three outreach programs that bring music to children in Houston who would otherwise not have access. The programs use music to stimulate minds, open hearts and ignite imagination. Music Doing Good touches the lives of thousands of individuals annually as they strive to create a world where we all live in concert.
Ars Lyrica Houston - 11:50AM
Ars Lyrica Houston has delighted audiences since 1998. By making music from the 17th and 18th centuries resonate anew through performances, recordings, and education initiatives, Ars Lyrica seeks to establish Houston as an international destination for period-instrument performance and appreciation of this timeless repertoire.
Arabic Immersion Magnet School - 12:45PM
The Arabic Immersion Magnet School (AIMS) is a magnet school in the Houston Heights area. A part of the Houston Independent School District, it currently serves elementary school students up to second grade. It is one of the first Arabic language immersion schools in the United States, and offers students enrichment classes in art, yoga, dabke (Arabic dance), and percussion. The students performing in the Heights Kids' Day of Music Festival will be showcasing dabke and hip hop dance accompanied by live student percussionists.
Young Audiences of Houston - 1:30PM
Young Audiences of Houston's mission is to educate and inspire children through the arts, to make the arts an integral part of the school curriculum, and to advance the field of arts in education through teacher professional development training and community partnerships. They provide creative and innovative arts & cultural programs to more than 237,800 students across the greater Houston region annually, including Harvard Elementary Schools' Musical Theater in The Heights.