Since its inception in 1984 Dhwani has organized and presented many dance and music festivals.These Include

MAY 2014
premiered in New Delhi in May 2014, is a collaborative work with the Repertory & Parvathy Baul Download Brochure

Pehchaan : 2002 to 2013
‘Pehchaan’ … (acquaintance) ….
The idea behind this event is to bring forth child prodigy and     young up-coming talents from the field of dance, music and theatre to share the same platform with artistes who are at the pinnacle of their field. This on-going monthly event conceptualized & presented by Dhwani was started in 2002 in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture. 

Umang : March 2013
Balwant Rai Mehta Vidya Bhawan Lawns, G. K. II, New Delhi
Celebration of ‘Holi’, the festival of colors. The first part carried glimpses of Indian Folk & Food. The second part included three choreographic works based on Contemporary, Chhau & Kathak style.

Prothom Phagun Maash : May 2012
B.C.P. Auditorium, C.R.Park, New Delhi
A tribute to Kabiguru Rabindranath Thakur.

Workshop : March 2010
New Delhi
Teaching the language skills through Kinesthetic Intelligence. The project involved working with teachers from schools in Delhi catering to the urban poor.

Nidaag : 2007
Sanskriti Auditorium, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi
Ode to “SUN”. This was a summer festival, which gave platform to the most deserving up-coming artistes from the field of music and dance.

Rasaarchana : May 2006
Savitri Devi Auditorium, G.K.II, New Delhi.
This festival was a walkthrough of a few major choreographic works done in the past.

Pinocchio : December 2005
I.G. Indoor Stadium, New Delhi
A musical extravaganza . A show that marked the coming together of two living legends Gulzar & Ustad Zakir Hussain for the very first time and directed by Vaswati Misra with hundreds of school children trained in varied art forms.

Bhaav : April 2004
Dhwani extended its activities in the world of performing arts by starting a theatre department by the name of ‘BHAAV’ with maestros like Ashish Vidyarthi and Sunil Sinha.

Arpan : January 2003
St Andrews theatre, Mumbai
This festival was a tribute to the poet Dr. Harivanshrai Bachhan. It was held to mark the release of a book of his works , called saath geet ratna. The festival saw the legendry Amitabh Bachhan recite his fathers poetry and included talks on the poet and his work by Javed Akhtar, Naushad Ali , Ramji Tiwari , and Vijay Tendulkar . This was followed by the choreographic work Jeevan , performed by the Dhwani repertory. 

Rare Rhythms: March 2002
Siri Fort auditorium, New Delhi
October 2002
Shanmukhananda hall, Mumbai
A festival celebrating rhythm: Performances by Viku Vinayakram,Selva Ganesh, Sivamani, Shafaat Khan and the Dhwani Repertory

Mahajanamashtami: August 2001
Indian Habitat Centre Auditorium, New Delhi
A festival in celebration of the birth of Shri Krishna.

Umang : March 2000
A celebration of the festival Holi, this festival included Traditional folk arts, a performance by the Dhwani Repertory and a vocal recital by Shubha Mudgal.

Ethereal Krishna: October 1997
Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi
A performance by the Dhwani Repertory celebrating the life of Lord Krishna.

Kathak aur Kavita : October 97 and April 98
Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi
April 98, Tagore Theatre, Trivandrum
May,98 Swaralaya Stage, Quilon
May ’98 Y.G.P. Auditorium, Chennai
Sept ’98 Kala Mandir, Calcutta
This festival explored the close relationship between literature and dance. The works Mahadev , Jugal Bandi , Jhumri , Samanvaya , Kanupriya , and Urmila were presented by the Dhwani repertory.

Shilpi: November ‘ 97
Siri Ram Centre for Art and Culture, New Delhi
This special day for the new beginners.A festival presented a platform to young dancers from different schools and genres of Indian Classical Dance.

Utsav: January ‘97
Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi
A festival commemorating ……………saw Dhwani present the masters of their art forms, Pt. Birju Maharaj and Ustad Zakir Hussain in a Jugalbandhi followed by, a vocal recital by Pt. Rajan and Sajan Misra.

Rasaarchana: 10th 11th 12th September ‘86
Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi
A three day Kathak festival in memory of Pandit Shambhu Maharaj the festival included a specially commissioned audio visual of the late legend. The festival included one evening of short choreographic works, a dance drama and solo performances.