Adithya Srinivasan is an internationally acclaimed Indian singer-songwriter. He is best known for his award winning ghazals, and international singles in classical, pop and world music genres. Inspired by the ghazals of Hariharan, Adithya started his musical journey undergoing rigorous training in both Carnatic Classical as well as Hindustani Classical music, becoming a graded artiste at the prestigious All India Radio. He shared stage space with his own inspiration, Hariharan for the first time at the 'Bangalore Ganesh Utsav' in September, 2008.
Adithya performed the opening act at 'The Legend Ghulam Ali - Live in Concert' at Palace Grounds, Bangalore, India in April, 2012 with 'Main Khayaal Hoon Kisi Aur Ka', earning him appreciation among the connoisseurs and a spot on Top Ten's list of ghazal singers. He was recognised as 'India's Youngest Ghazal Singer' by Wings Brand Activations during his performance at Intel, Bangalore, India. His album 'Ghazal Ka Mausam', a tribute to 6 ghazals originally rendered by legends Mehdi Hassan, Jagjit Singh, Hariharan, Ghulam Ali and Pankaj Udhas won him the Singer of the Year Silver Award from Swar Systems, Switzerland. He collaborated with popular experimental band Rurrer for a single 'Kaash', becoming a rage on the cyber globe and winning him critical acclaim inside and outside India. His first international single 'Gham-e-Duniya' featuring Miss Diva Finalist Monisha earned a 5 star rating on Apple iTunes and went viral on YouTube.
With growing support and popularity among members of The Recording Academy, Adithya collaborated with GRAMMY® nominated composer Jonathan Wesley and flute virtuoso Parth Chandiramani for his international pop single 'Tu Hi Dilruba'. The single was considered at the 57th GRAMMY® Awards, featuring alongside the works of some of the biggest stars like Shakira, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Sia, Eminem, Pharrell Williams, Celine Dion, Priyanka Chopra and many others. Adithya also performed on GRAMMY® winning composer Laura Sullivan's '900 Voices' .
Adithya's third international single 'Devanke', written by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal, featured Massachusetts based Independent Music Award winner Sonaljit, Award winning Hollywood actress and jazz songstress Yanna Fabian, Parth Chandiramani and over 20 accomplished singers from round the globe. The single was considered at the 58th GRAMMY® Awards and was nominated for Best Indie Collaboration of the Year at the 3rd Radio City Awards. Both Tu Hi Dilruba and Devanke won the Judge's Special Award for Best Indian Song at the 2016 Southeast Asian VIMA Music Awards.
in 2017, Adithya released his fourth international single 'Aarzu', an all acoustic Ghazal written by the legendary Daagh Dehlvi. The single featured some of the finest musicians across India, and was mastered by a GRAMMY® winning engineer at The United Kingdom's World Famous Abbey Road Studios, redefining the 'Mehfil' experience!