Warren Brodsky is Professor of Music Psychology and Director of the Music Science Laboratory, in the Department of the Arts at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

 

Throughout highschool he aspired to be a music performer and songwriter.  He served his 3-year army duty in the IDF Entertainment Bands playing electric bass guitar for the Northern Command Band and The Nachal Band.

 

Warren trained as an orchestra percussionist, elementary school music teacher, and music psychotherapist. 

 

After a ten-year clinical practice, Warren completed a PhD in Psychology.  He implemented a 10-month clinical trial to test an intervention for the managment of performance anxiety among UK symphony orchestras.

 

Warren received a post-doctorial position in Music Cognition at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and subsequently served as the "Joseph and Francis Schillinger Research Fellow of Music Science".