Asher’s notable musical career began with classical violin training at the tender age of 2—leading to his first formal concert with the Buffalo Philharmonic at 13.
Since then, Asher’s ability to improvise across multiple genres has inspired an innovative career as a cutting-edge electric violinist. Asher’s engaging solo performances have made him a co-headliner at iconic venues such as Madison Square Garden, Hammerstein Hall, Lincoln Center, and Carnegie Hall. His diverse multicultural repertoire has garnered acclaim across four continents. Asher’s high-energy concerts have been aired nationwide on PBS and made headlines on major media outlets such as CNN, WABC, NBC, and the New York Post.
In 2014, Asher lived a musician’s nightmare when he confronted health challenges that impacted his mobility. Refusing to accept defeat, he rebuilt his musical skills to a new level. This harrowing experience inspired him to reinvent himself as a dancing violinist. In only a few months, Asher learned to merge hip-hop, pop, EDM, rock, and other genres with breakdancing and acrobatic choreography. His live performances now reflect his unstoppable spirit and joy!
With a growing fan base, Asher is working to influence societal norms and conventional thinking about musical performance, helping to break down social and physical barriers. His latest single, Gratitude, has been described as a “high-octane hit” and can be accessed on Spotify and all other major platforms. Asher is currently in the studio working on releasing his next original album.