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|Born||21 July 1978|
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Genres||Hindustani classical music|
|Associated acts||Alla Rakha, Zakir Hussain, Amit Kavthekar|
Early life and background
Aditya Kalyanpur was born in Mumbai, India.
Aditya Kalyanpur was initially known for his debut performance with his guru Zakir Hussain for the Wah Taj! commercial when he was 11 years old.
His style consists of bold and clear execution of syllables, pinpoint precision in rhythm coupled with a colossal repertoire of compositions and improvisational technique.
He has accompanied artists including Shivkumar Sharma, Amjad Ali Khan, Prabha Atre, N. Rajam, Sultan Khan, Shahid Parvez, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Satish Vyas, Shujaat Khan, and Nayan Ghosh. He has also accompanied Carnatic performers including T. N. Krishnan, N. Ramani, U. Shrinivas, and Lalgudi Krishnan. Kalyanput went on tour with A.R. Rahman for his JAI HO World Tour! He can be heard on Katy Perry's "Legendary Lovers" from her album "Prism," has recorded with Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones.
- “A” Grade Artist of All India Radio
- ‘Taal – Mani’ by Sur Singar Samiti
- Vidyasagar Award, ITC
- Sangeet Visharad
- National Scholarship for Advanced Training, Government of India
- Awardee of Pandit Jasraj Competition, Vedic Heritage Center, Long Island, New York
- Orient Arts Festival, Estonia 
- Edinburgh festival, Scotland (2003)
- Earagal Arts Festival, Ireland
- Jazz Yatra, Mumbai
- Great Lakes Folk Festival, Lansing, Michigan
- Saptak Festival
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