|Born||19 June 1992|
|Genres||Ghazal, Classical, Pop, World|
|Associated acts||Hariharan, Ghulam Ali|
Adithya Srinivasan is an Indian singer-songwriter.  He is best known for his award winning ghazals, and international singles in classical, pop, and world music genres.[promotional language] His notable performances include sharing stage space with Hariharan and opening for Ghulam Ali.
In 2014, Adithya featured Grammy nominated pianist Jonathan Wesley and flautist Parth Chandiramani for Tu Hi Dilruba, landing a consideration in the 57th Grammy Awards ballot, and a Silver Award in the Southeast Asian VIMA Music Awards.
Adithya collaborated with Massachusetts based composer Sonaljit and Hollywood screen & stage actress Yanna Fabian for Devanke in 2015, landing a consideration in the 58th Grammy Awards ballot, a nomination in the 3rd Radio City Freedom Awards, and a Judge's Special Award in the Southeast Asian VIMA Music Awards.
In 2017, Adithya released Aarzu, an all acoustic ghazal written by Daagh Dehlvi. The single featured musicians from across India, and was mastered by a Grammy winning engineer at the Abbey Road Studios, United Kingdom.
Adithya is a Singapore Management University graduate, and has worked in management consulting and investment banking. He is also a co-founder of MzQ Digital.         
- 2011: Ghazal Ka Mausam - A Tribute to the Legends
- 2012: Kaash Aisa Koi Manzur Hota
- 2013: Gham e Duniya
- 2014: Tu Hi Dilruba
- 2015: Devanke
- 2016: Signature
- 2017: Aarzu
|2014||Ghazal Ka Mausam - A Tribute to the Legends||Swar Systems Award for Singer of the Year||Silver Award|
|2014||Tu Hi Dilruba||57th Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance||First Round Ballot|
|2015||Devanke||58th Grammy Award for Record of The Year||First Round Ballot|
|2016||Devanke||3rd Radio City Freedom Award for Best Indie Collaboration of The Year||Nominated|
|2016||Devanke||VIMA Music Award for Best Indian Song||Judge's Special Award|
|2016||Tu Hi Dilruba||VIMA Music Award for Best Indian Song||Judge's Special Award|
|2017||Tu Hi Dilruba||VIMA Music Award for Best Pop Song||Silver Award|
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