About Bryn Bliska

I'm a versatile musician, composer, producer, engineer and sound designer working out of Brooklyn, NY! Originally from the SF Bay Area, I migrated east for college and graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in 2014 with a degree in Neuroscience, having also deeply studied music, audio engineering, and music cognition during my time there. After spending a year as a Graduate Research Assistant in Tod Machover's Opera of the Future group at the MIT Media Lab, I moved to NYC to pursue full-time creative work in the music industry. I'm excited to be releasing my debut record as a solo artist later this year, and I continue to work and collaborate as a producer, co-writer, engineer, session musician, and sound designer/composer for organizations like NPR, the NYTimes, Splice, the Getty Museum, and TED. Over the past few years in NYC, I've built a network of female & nonbinary creatives and other industry professionals to work with, and it's incredibly important to me to uplift and showcase the voices, perspectives, and skills of women and other historically marginalized and underrepresented populations.

Work experience

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Bryn's Skills

  • Assistant Engineer
  • DJ / Remixer
  • Programmer
  • Recording Engineer
  • Sound Designer
  • Audio Tech
  • Touring Musician
  • Producer
  • Production Assistant
  • Vocal Producer
  • Co-Writer

Bryn's Genres

  • Alternative Rock
  • Classical
  • Country
  • Electronic
  • Experimental
  • Folk
  • Funk
  • Hip-Hop
  • House
  • Indie Rock
  • Jazz
  • Minimalism
  • Pop
  • Psychedelic
  • R&B
  • Soul
  • Standards

Bryn's Experience

I frequently collaborate with rising artists across many genres on writing, production, arranging, session work (primarily on keys and vocals) and live performances; past collaborators include Rozzi, Sofi Tukker, DAP The Contract and Ariana Fay. My scoring & sound design work has been featured in videos and podcasts produced by the NYTimes, NPR, the Getty Museum and TED, and one of my original compositions from a self-produced, -mixed and -released record won me an ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award. My sound and aesthetic merges a childhood soundtracked by ’90s pop and R&B jams with my jazz training and affinity for technology, but I truly love to work in any style of music. As a solo artist, now emerging from a period of creative hibernation, I am quite excited to release my debut record soon.