Aditi started humming tunes when she was 18 months only and in a year, she had mastered almost all the nursery rhymes. By the time she turned 4, she started showing immense interest in learning difficult Western songs of legendary singers, and because of her photographic memory, she learned many of them. But by age 6, she showed signs of serious talent and people started calling her a gifted singer. And, when she got her ipad then, she started teaching herself classical and contemporary Western songs of singing legends -- Celine Dion, Whitney Houston and Sarah Brightman.
Aditi was spotted by noted vocalist, Jyotsna Rana and was invited to perform before a gathering of achievers on Women’s International Day at Artemis Auditorium in Gurgaon. She sang ‘Power of Love’ to welcome Padma Shri awardee, the renowned Shanti Hiranand. She was invited once again at the Artemis Auditorium to sing a welcome song for Rishi Nityapragya (direct disciple of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Founder of the Art of Living Foundation). This was attended by over 500 people. For the last two months, Aditi has been learning opera from the very respected and renowned voice trainer, Situ Singh Buehler (considered by many to be the senior most opera teacher in the country). Aditi was chosen by Situ and is her youngest-ever student. Aditi has an official Youtube channel (http://www.youtube.com/brs1979in), which has received an overwhelming response, appreciation and positive comments from many musical experts and singers around the globe. Her channel has gained over 500 subscribers and about 88,500 views in less than 4 months. Kindly visit the above link to read all the comments and accolades. Experts (both operatic and others) have appreciated Aditi’s singing voice with eulogies such as ‘beautiful and powerful voice, ‘great throw and pitch’, ‘an opera voice with great breath control’, ‘versatile voice’ and ‘awesome vibrato at just eight years’.