january, 2018

This is a repeating event

19jan7:30 pm9:30 pmRogue Valley Symphony- Masterworks 4


Event Details

Ashland: Friday, Jan. 19 7:30pm- SOU Music Recital Hall
Medford: Saturday, Jan. 20 7:30pm- Craterian Theater at the Collier Center
Grants Pass: Sunday, Jan. 21 3:00pm- Grants Pass Performing Arts Center

Tracy Silverman

Redefining the role of the violin in contemporary music, Tracy Silverman has contributed significantly to the development and repertoire for the electric 6-string violin and what he calls “21st century violin playing”. “String playing must reflect our popular musical culture or risk becoming old-fashioned and irrelevant,” says Silverman. The foremost concert electric violinist and the subject of new electric violin concertos commissioned specifically for him by John Adams, Terry Riley, Nico Muhly, Kenji Bunch, himself, and upcoming by Daniel Bernard Roumain. Silverman was formerly first violinist with the groundbreaking Turtle Island String Quartet. Currently touring internationally as a soloist with orchestras (LA Philharmonic, BBC Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Montreal Symphony, Adelaide Festival Orchestra, Cabrillo Festival; conductors Esa-Pekka Salonen, Marin Alsop, Neeme Jarvi, Giancarlo Guerrero, Leon Botstein among many others), with his solo performances and as a collaborator with other artists and ensembles. A busy composer, ‘15-16 includes performances of Silverman’s 2nd electric violin concerto, a return to Carnegie Hall to premier Nico Muhly’s “Seeing Is Believing” with the American Symphony, as well as the publication of his instructional method “Strum Bowing”. A long-standing advocate for music education, Silverman is an in-demand clinician and on faculty at Belmont University in Nashville, TN.



(Friday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm PST


Grants Pass Performing Arts Center (PAC)

830 NE 9th St

Future Event Times in this Repeating Event Series

january 20, 2018 7:30 pmjanuary 21, 2018 3:00 pm