Tracy Silverman: Defying Dogma with Electric Violin (Interview part 2)

The first thing violinist Tracy Silverman did was to earn his degree from Julliard. The second thing he did when he graduated was to throw it all out the window and join a rock band.

Tracy Silverman is playing on the front lines—pushing the boundaries—of where a violin can go and what a violin can do. Enjoy part two of a fun, intense and interview where he demonstrates his ‘strum-bowing” technique along with his relevant anarchy toward the instrument’s role in today’s music.

Enjoy the part 1 interview and article, here.

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Chuck Schiele is an award-winning musician, producer, editorialist, artist, activist and music fan. He still plays every day.

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