Kshitij Mathur

Kshitij Mathur is a visionary and promising young Indian classical vocal performing artist. He started learning Hindustani vocals from a tender age under the blessed tutelage of his grandmother, Late Smt. Saroj Mathur (disciple of Late Padmashri Pt. Vinaya Chandra Maudgalya and Late Smt. Padma Devi).

He is a Sangeet Alanakar from the prestigious Gandharava Mahavidyalaya, New Delhi under the strict & disciplined guidance of Shri Samarjit Roy, Smt. Subhadra Desai & Shri S.P. Acharya and also a Sangeet Prabhakar from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad.

For many years, he taught Hindustani classical vocal music at the esteemed institution Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, New Delhi, was a part of a part of the famous Gandharva Choir and is blessed to be a disciple of the respected Guru, Padmashri Pandit Madhup Mudgal.

He is currently :

  • Training Hindustani Vocal Music at Matri Kala Mandir of the prestigious Sri Aurobindo Ashram, New Delhi.
  • H.O.D for Music Domain, Senior Consultant and Lead Faculty at T-Series Stageworks Academy of Music, Dance and Performing Arts, Film City, Noida.
  • President (Noida-NCR) for the prestigious SANGAM KALA GROUP.
  • Chairperson of SWARIT FOUNDATION (An Art, Culture 
& Entertainment Welfare Trust)


To become enablers for artistic journeys by making connection, fostering communities and creating spaces in a manner that does not exist in the current environment.

To give way to the substantial environment for the arts through change of progress, and enhancing the way the art is conceived, perceived and received.

To develop art-based programs and purpose-driven strategies and programs promoting practical outcomes and social responsibility


Spreading music & culture amongst the masses

Encourage community led and community engaged learning

Explore opportunities in the art accessibility

Explore new forms of art and art practices

Foster creative leadership

Develop a belongingness towards all the respected art forms

Encourage cultural exchanges to foster new coherent spaces