At a young age he has lived up to the reputation of his teachers, mastering the intricacies of the Tabla to smoothly accommodate himself to the requirements of the main artist. His style consists of bold and clear execution of syllables, pinpoint precision in rhythm coupled with a colossal repertoire of compositions and improvisational techniques, making his concerts a sheer joy. Honored with the title of ‘Taal – Mani’, he is the recipient of I.T.C’s prestigious “Vidyasagar Award” as well as the “Sangeet Visharad”. A commerce graduate, Aditya has achieved distinction grades in a Diploma in music from the Mumbai University. He has also received scholarship from the Centre For The Cultural Resources and Training, New Delhi; the National Scholarship for advance training instituted by the Government of India. He has also won the Pandit Jasraj competition held in Mumbai and New York.
Tabla is a very important accompanying instrument in the Indian Classical scenario, and thus it is essential for the main artist and the accompanying tabla player to vibe well on stage in order to reach the audience at large. As a young tabla player Aditya has had the honor of accompanying great maestros of music such as Pandit Shivkumar Sharma, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Dr. Prabha Atre, Dr. Mrs N Rajam, Ustad Shamim Ahmed Khan, Ustad Sultan Khan, Ustad Shahid Parvez, Pandit VishwaMohan Bhat, Pandit Satish Vyas, Ustad Shujaat Khan, Pandit Nayan Ghosh as well as Kathak dancers such as Shama Bhate, Sunaiyana Hazarilal, Late Madhurita Sarang, and many Carnatic musicians, Jazz musicians and other international artists. Aditya has performed solo for The Rolling Stones and also recorded for their saxophonist Tim Ries. Aditya regularly performs with the most important masters of Indian Classical music, including Pundit Ram Narayan.