Born in Israel, raised in Massachusetts, and educated at Berklee College of Music, virtuoso guitarist Nili Brosh has established herself as both a solo artist and hired gun.
Aside from performances with Cirque du Soleil, Dethklok, Tony MacAlpine, Paul Gilbert, Andy Timmons, Guthrie Govan/The Aristocrats, Stu Hamm, Jennifer Batten, Gretchen Menn, Alphonso Johnson, Jeff Loomis, and The Iron Maidens, Nili has released three solo albums (Through The Looking Glass, 2010, A Matter of Perception, 2014, and Spectrum, 2019), and still found time to perform her original music and give Ibanez-sponsored clinics.
Additionally, Nili has also written a lesson column for Premier Guitar magazine, released several courses with JTC Guitar, and guested on records such as Bryan Beller’s Scenes From The Flood alongside John Petrucci.
“I’ve been playing guitar for 25 years and found myself in a rut. Nili helped me identify my strengths and weaknesses, and we started to review beginner fundamentals I had missed, intermediate music theory with a focus on its applicability to guitar, and advanced techniques for accuracy and improvisation.
“She was able to show me I am a lot better than I thought I was, find minor adjustments I needed to make and helped me improve more in the last year than I had in the last 15.
“Nili is patient, yet insistent. Much like Paul Gilbert, she started loving music, became expert at theory and shredding, and came out the other side reconnecting to music for music’s sake. She’s a great teacher for the beginner, the intermediate and advanced student, but especially the advanced student who realizes they are a beginner.”