Sina Khosravi studied the Tombak under the supervision of Daryoosh Eshaghi. He attended the University of Western Ontario where he has also been a guest lecturer Since 2002, demonstrating percussion instruments from the Middle East. He has done collaborations with U.W.O Dance Company since 2004. Khosravi appears on the billboard charting guitarist, Johannes Linstead’s CDs, Cafe Tropical (2007), which was nominated for a Juno (Best instrumental album), Mistico (2010) and Tales of a Gypsy (2012).He released his first solo percussion CD in April of 2006 and was nominated for Best World Music for the London Music Awards in 2007 and 2012. Khosravi presented a lecture/performance on Middle Eastern percussion instruments at the Percussive Arts Society Ontario Day of Percussion in 2010.In 2013 he conducted a clinic about Middle Eastern percussion instruments at the University of Lethbridge.
He was invited to play Tonbak and Doumbek at PASIC 2014 which was held in Indianapolis. PASIC is the biggest percussion event in the world. Sina Khsravi is also a visual artist and has shown his work internationally.