Tracy Silverman defies musical boundaries. He was named one of 100 distinguished alumni by The Juilliard School. He has contributed significantly to the repertoire and development of the six-string electric violin, inspiring several major concertos composed specifically for him, including works by John Adams, Terry Riley, Kenji Bunch, and Nico Muhly. His career has taken him to the world’s finest concert halls to work with esteemed orchestras, and conductors including Esa-Pekka Salonen, Marin Alsop, and Neeme Järvi, among others.
Silverman has also recorded with the band Guster, the Paul Dresher Ensemble, jazz legend Billy Taylor, composer Terry Riley, and the Calder Quartet. His third electric violin concerto, Love Song to the Sun, was commissioned by a consortium of orchestras including the Anchorage Symphony.