Sruti has performed with leading Indian classical musicians, such as Sangita Kalanidhi Chitravina Sri N. Ravikiran, Sri Neyveli Santhanagopalan and Dr. Vijayalakshmi Subramaniam. Sruti has been featured in several prestigious venues and festivals across the world, including the San Francisco and Chicago World Music Festivals, Music Academy (Chennai), Shanmukhananda Sabha (Mumbai), Chowdiah Hall (Bangalore), the American Folk Festival (Bangor), the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival, the International Arts Festival (London), the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MOMA), the Indian Embassy in Paris, and the American Consulate in Chennai.
Having trained for over ten years in vocal music, Sruti often lends her voice and violin to collaborative projects and jugalbandhis. In 2018, she composed and sang the music for "Krishna!," a Bharatanatyam fundraiser for Chinmaya Mission directed and choreographed by Smt. Kanchana Venkat of Isha Dance Company. Sruti also recently composed and performed the original score for "GRID," a percussive dance theater work (featured in the San Francisco World Percussive Arts festival) directed by Bruce Mui-Ghent that reflects on the complexities of immigration.
Sruti is the recipient of many accolades. She is the recipient of the “Best Junior Violinist” award from the Madras Music Academy in 2018. She was awarded the titles “Parivadini Pratibha” by Parivadini in 2017 and “Yuva Pratibha” by Naadharpana in 2016. Sruti also won the “Best Violinist” award at both the Parthasarathy Swami Sabha (2014) and the Spirit of Youth Festival conducted by the Madras Music Academy (2012). Sruti won the best violinist award from the music academy in 2019.
In 2016, Sruti was granted the Fulbright Scholarship by the U.S. Department of State to perform and research cross-genre violin technique in Carnatic Music. She is a graduate of Stanford University and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Master’s Degree in French Literature.