Mariya Borozina was born in Moscow, Russia. At the age of five, she followed in the footsteps of her violinist father, and started to study at the Gnessins School of Music. She received her Bachelor of Music degree at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory where she studied with Marina Yashvili, and a Masters Degree of Music at the Manhattan School of Music in New York, where she studied with Glenn Dicterow, Lisa Kim, Yoko Takebe, and Albert Markov.
Since an early age, Ms. Borozina has performed extensively as a chamber and orchestral musician, including the Vainberg String Quartet and M-Trio in Moscow. She has performed as Concertmaster and was featured as a soloist with a number of orchestras, namely The UBS Verbier Youth Festival Orchestra, the Manhattan School of Music Symphony, The Moscow Composer’s Union Chamber Orchestra, and the International Orchestra Institute Attergau.
In 2004, Mariya Borozina became a member of the first violin section of the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra, and in 2007 she joined the first violin section of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra. She appears often as a soloist and chamber musician with various chamber groups around the San Francisco Bay Area and in Europe.