Driven by his twenty-one year study of classical violin and the art of Hip Hop, THE MAESTRO impresses even the most critical of hip-hop haters by deftly adding a classical touch to hip-hop classics. Influenced by violinists, Itzhak Perlman, Isaac Stern, and hip-hop artists ranging from Rakim to Snoop Dogg to Knarles Barkley and more contemporary artists, this Maestro has given an old instrument, a new meaning.