This Indian-American child prodigy violinist, vocalist, and pianist performed during his teenage years on two GiMA Award-winning classical music albums: Violin Maestros and Live at Neues Gewandhaus. He was also a presented single performer on such albums as Violins for Peacefulness and Visions of India. Qualified by his musician dad, he offered his first tone of voice recital when he was simply six years of age; at seven, he performed a violin single in a fresh Year’s Eve concert in Hyderabad, India. His musical teaching was relative to the Carnatic music custom of southern India. He and his three old siblings spent their early years in LA, California, as the kids of composer and violinist L. Subramaniam and traditional vocalist Vijayashree Subramaniam. Pursuing his mother’s 1995 loss of life, he shifted to India along with his dad and his vocalist and songwriter sister, Bindu. He and his modern, Taiwanese-born musician Ray Chen, both got successful early professions as violinists.