Bach to the Future
Classical and Jazz Quartet
Performing their exciting arrangements of Classical favorites with
jazz and World music influences, Bach to the Future is receiving rave
reviews across the country. Spotlight Magazine called them, "jazz
virtuosos," The Arizona Sun proclaimed "the show is a HIT!" and Surface
Magazine said the group "brought down the house!"
Brothers Rob and Michael Silverman grew up in a classical music household. Their father performed cello in the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra for over 40 years, and their mother taught and performed cello and piano as well. They grew up one block from Matt Bollinger in St. Louis, and the three of them played music since they were kids.
Over the years, they evolved from a rock band to include all the influences of their diverse surroundings, learning jazz, reggae, blues, R&B, and more. Eventually, their classical roots began to enter the mix, and Bach to the Future was born. They added violinist Andrew Driscoll, who also has an eclectic style, performing jazz and classical equally well.
One of the most downloaded solo pianists on iTunes, with over three million downloads, and a million hits on YouTube, Michael Silverman is riding the new media revolution. Andrew Driscoll has performed with Sarah Brightman, Luciano Pavarotti, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Rob Silverman has composed solo drum music for "So You Think You Can Dance" and many other TV productions.