” I come from a musical family, and Carnatic music made up so much of my childhood, my upbringing, and my musical transition. “


” Growing up in the U.S., music became a way for me to find my roots and anchor points. “


” It is kind of a cliche that many Indian parents, especially in the U.S., want their kids to become doctors or engineers. But my parents encouraged me to turn to music when they found that I had the passion and talent. “


” I fell in love with R&B music at a young age. The energy and aesthetic of that genre strike an emotional chord with me. “


” I owe so much of my musical growth to my exploration and performance of Carnatic music. “


” Film music has given me everything – career and popularity. “


” The youth is hungry for good music, I feel responsible and glad that I can be an agent who can mentally, emotionally stimulate them to listen to music outside of cinema. “


” I have huge respect for the musical aptitude and intellect of listeners in India. They appreciate genuine, quality music. “


” The performance of Carnatic music is multi-dimensional and layered. A performance is at once an artiste’s cathartic process of personal exploration and an open energy exchange with the audience: a release and a conversation. “


” Across generations, the torch-bearers of Carnatic music have mastered the art form of connection. “


” From when I first started listening to music, M. S. Subbulakshmi has been one of my biggest influences. She poured her heart and life into everything she sang. “


” Growing up, any time I would sit down with my grandfather to learn or talk about Carnatic music, he would bring up G. N. Balasubramaniam. Listening to the recordings he would play me, I was dazzled by GNB’s voice and how he was able to execute ideas that I could barely wrap my head around. “


” The inner core of my being is Carnatic music. “


” My time at Berklee College of Music was probably my greatest period of artistic growth and internalisation. “


” My experience and growth in the film music world and the time I’ve spent studying legendary film composers have given me depth of insight into how music can inspire a range of emotions. “



All 15 Sid Sriram Quotes about Music in picture


I come from a musical family, and Carnatic music made up so much of my childhood, my upbringing, and my musical transition.
Growing up in the U.S., music became a way for me to find my roots and anchor points.


It is kind of a cliche that many Indian parents, especially in the U.S., want their kids to become doctors or engineers. But my parents encouraged me to turn to music when they found that I had the passion and talent.
I fell in love with R&B music at a young age. The energy and aesthetic of that genre strike an emotional chord with me.
I owe so much of my musical growth to my exploration and performance of Carnatic music.
Film music has given me everything - career and popularity.
The youth is hungry for good music, I feel responsible and glad that I can be an agent who can mentally, emotionally stimulate them to listen to music outside of cinema.
I have huge respect for the musical aptitude and intellect of listeners in India. They appreciate genuine, quality music.
The performance of Carnatic music is multi-dimensional and layered. A performance is at once an artiste
Across generations, the torch-bearers of Carnatic music have mastered the art form of connection.
From when I first started listening to music, M. S. Subbulakshmi has been one of my biggest influences. She poured her heart and life into everything she sang.
Growing up, any time I would sit down with my grandfather to learn or talk about Carnatic music, he would bring up G. N. Balasubramaniam. Listening to the recordings he would play me, I was dazzled by GNB
The inner core of my being is Carnatic music.
My time at Berklee College of Music was probably my greatest period of artistic growth and internalisation.
My experience and growth in the film music world and the time I
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