Nili Brosh

Nili Brosh, a professional guitarist and songwriter. Nili was raised in Rishon Levin, Israel. Ethan Brosh, her older brother, was a constant inspiration to Nili’s love for music and guitar. At the age of 12 she moved to Boston, Massachusetts to learn electric guitar. She then went on to study at Berklee College of Music. Nili performed and studied with Don Lappin and Jon Finn, as well as Scott Tarulli, the school’s top guitar teachers. Nili graduated Summa cum Laude with a B.M. in Professional Music in 2009. She also became one the youngest Berklee summer guitarist programs faculty members, where she has been teaching guitar since she was 19. Nili was studying and posted her first YouTube video, which received over 180,000 views. She also graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2009 with a B.M. in Professional Music. She is now one of the youngest faculty members at Berklee’s summer guitar programs, where she has been teaching since age 19. Nili released her first instrumental album, Through The Looking Glass in 2010. It features Andy Timmons, guitarist, and the rhythm section from her Nili Brosh band. Nili joined Seven the Hardway in January 2011. It features guitarist Tony MacAlpine and drummer Virgil Donati, as well as renowned singer Mark Boals. Nili was also invited to join Tony MacAlpine’s solo touring band, which included drummer Aquiles Priester and bassist Bjorn Engellen. Nili continued to tour with MacAlpine while she was working on her second solo album. Nili joined Ethan Brosh as the second guitarist in April 2013. She also opened for Yngwie malmsteen on his tour of USA/Canada. Nili then joined Vigilant with Jon Reshard (Greg Howe) on bass, Chloe Demetria (Bow Wow Wow), Padget Nanton III (drums). Nili joined Tony MacAlpine’s band on the Maximum Security tour in August 2014. Nili has endorsements with Inspire Guitars. Xotic Effects. EMG Pickups. and Peavey Amps. Nili’s Brosh has been featured in mainstream media as well as online blogs including Guitar World, Japan’s Young Guitar magazine, Americas, Canada, Australia and Indonesia.

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