Stave Sessions: Sid Sriram (Canceled)

160 Mass Ave

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Update March 12, 2020:

Due to recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, this performance has been canceled.


Ticketholders are being contacted regarding refunds and other options.

PLEASE NOTE:  All remaining seats for this performance are Standing Room Only in the Balcony. Please call our box office at (617) 482-6661 during business hours (M-F 10am-4pm) if you have any questions.

Born in Chennai, but raised in the United States, singer/songwriter/producer Sid Sriram represents an intersection of very different worlds. After graduating from Berklee College of Music with a degree in Music Production and Engineering, he began building a style where Tamil, R&B, blues, gospel, pop, and Carnatic music clash and blend vibrantly. Sriram’s music is built on a foundation of South Indian Classical (Carnatic) music, with influences from Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, Jeff Buckley, The Beatles, and Luther Vandross - a true hybrid sound.

Spotify users, check out the "This Is Sid Sriram" playlist.

“I think I make music for those who are in need of some healing. Producing and performing music is my form of release; I want to create experiences that allow people to feel through a spectrum of emotions. ”

Sid Sriram

Stave Sessions is sponsored by
SUSAN & MICHAEL THONIS and the BARR FOUNDATION through its ArtsAmplified initiative.

Additional support provided by Debra & Michael Raizman, Yukiko Ueno & Eran Egozy, Randolph Hawthorne & Carliss Baldwin, and Marylen Sternweiler.

This performance is also made possible in part by support from Celebrity Series LIVE PERFORMANCE! Arts for All Innovation Funds.

160 Mass Ave

160 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston

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