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Music and Virtual Reality Artist.

Composer. Producer.
Human Rights & Peace Advocate.



"Masha Brodskaya, a musician, producer, educator and entrepreneur known as ÅMBE. A VR pioneer who is merging classical performance, neuroscience and holistic body practices into one-of-a-kind experiences. Oh, and she is also a ViolinBorg with impeccable otherworldly style.”

Forbes Magazine 

Grammy-nominated recording artist, composer, a one-woman orchestra, indie-pop/electronic producer, singer, multi-instrumentalist, violin virtuoso. A VR & Neuroscience music pioneer, ViolinBorg, innovator, and entrepreneur. A winner of "The Independent Music Awards”.


An activist, leader, human rights, and peace advocate.

In her creative work Masha bridges music with Virtual & Augmented Realities, Art & Fashion, as well as Neuroscience, for artistic, educational, therapeutic, and Cultural Diplomacy


As a frequent speaker on Art & Tech, she has shared the stage with Al Gore, Tim Berners-Lee, Vint Cerf, and many more.
She’s been featured by Forbes Magazine, The New York Times, PBS NewsHour, CBS News, Fox News and many more.

She is the Co-Founder and CEO of the technology startup and social enterprise NEXVOX — AI and neurofeedback-based brain-wave sonification therapy app.
Masha Brodskaya is the Founder & Director of
GLOBAL CREATIVE INITIATIVE — GCI PLANET — A Virtual Interactive Concert & Smart Education Platform, a nonprofit organization that utilizes Music & Arts as Therapy and Cultural DiplomacyGCI PLANET supports children and youth in need and isolation worldwide, as well as young people with disabilities and other personal challenges.

Masha has collaborated with various Grammy-winning artists and producers, including Lisa Fischer, Descemer Bueno, DJ Spooky, Ray Angry, Charles Farrar, Antoine Drye, Brian Forbes, Fernando Otero, Faraoh Black and many more.
She's been actively working with United Nations, Microsoft, NYC Rotary Club, SingularityU, Warner Innovation Lab.
In partnership with Microsoft Masha has recently started to develop her VR project "visualization of music and physical & emotional trajectory of a live performance".
Masha has performed worldwide, from Kremlin to Lincoln Center, across Europe, to South America to the USA, from SXSW to Art Basel. She’s recorded two solo albums of her vocal and instrumental music, and she’s currently working on a new album to be released in early 2022.

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