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Aditi Chandra is a nuclear engineer with a passion for classical music. While she was pursuing her master’s degree in nuclear engineering from MIT, she had the opportunity to experience the vibrancy of classical music in Boston. She was a regular patron of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Chamber Music Society, and rarely missed the chance to attend the various concerts held in churches, museums and parks across the city. She also had the opportunity to interact with musicians performing at the MIT Kresge Auditorium, including music students from Julliard. When she moved to London, she continued to expand the breadth of her experiences to include the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Opera House to name a few. Aditi has travelled widely in Europe, and her musical journey has spanned concerts by the Vienna Philharmonic in Musikverein, opera performances in the streets of Barri Gòtic in Barcelona, and organ recitals in the Notre Dame, Paris. Aditi currently works at an engineering company in Satara, Maharashtra. She plays the piano and writes about classical music, with the aim of increasing awareness and interest in Western classical music in India.
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