Apoorva began her music education in Atlanta at the age of five under the tutelage of Padma Rajaraman. She moved to Houston in 2009, when she was eight years old, and she became a student of Vidushi Rajarajeshwary Bhat, a preeminent teacher and exponent of Carnatic music in the United States. It was at this time, that her parents saw an incredible improvement in her performance. Mrs. Bhat, her guru, pushed her to learn advanced techniques, and she responded by keeping pace. She started attending the Cleveland Thyagaraja Festival in the year of 2010 when she was just nine years old. Each year since then, she has attended the festival, participated in many categories and won prizes in most of them. She has attended Sustaining Sampradaya for 3 years, most recently in the Venkateshwara stream in 2015. In 2013, she was selected to perform in the NAMO program organized by Shri. Ravikiran. She has also participated in the Saptami competitions in Dallas, TX and won prizes in all competitions. In addition, she was selected as a Saptami Star for three consecutive years by the conference organizers. Beyond competitive singing, Apoorva has had the good fortune to learn from eminent performing musicians such as Shri Neyveli Santhanagopalan, Shri Vittal Ramamurthy, Shri Ravikiran and Shri Erode Nagaraj. She has performed in many solo and group concerts in Houston and at SPIC-MACAY at Texas A&M University and at World Music Day in Chennai, India. She was also a finalist in the Carnatic Music Idol of 2014.