Iconic and enigmatic; Jane Siberry is one of the world’s most unique and gifted singer/songwriters. Blessed with integrity and emotional depth, her work has spanned three decades, releasing 20 critically acclaimed CDs.
Jane Siberry, Canadian singer-songwriter, is renowned for a signature sound that is uniquely her own, and for her unfailing artistic integrity and creative innovations.
Born in Toronto, Siberry began playing piano at the age of four, developing her own concepts of notation and structure. She learned conventional music theory and taught herself to play guitar by working through Leonard Cohen songs. Favorites include her now-classic 'Calling All Angels' duet with k.d. lang and 'It Can't Rain All The Time', written for the movie The Crow. She has also collaborated on records with artists such as Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno, Nigel Kennedy, Indigo Girls, Rebecca Jenkins, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Victoria Williams and Joe Jackson, and participated on noteworthy projects such as Time & Love: The Music Of Laura Nyro.
Siberry, continues to write, record and tour which reinforces her role as one of contemporary music’s most original creative voices, constantly challenging reinvention as she delves fearlessly into the human condition.
Few artists consistently surprise and delight
like Canada’s Jane Siberry.
Fanfare Magazine, NYC