Ksenia is known for combining powerful emotional performances with an ambient club vibe. Each song release reinforces her place in the pop music landscape, leaving her fans hungry for more.
Ksenia was born and raised in the tiny port town of Nakhodka, Russia. She began performing at an early age, creating and directing her own shows for an audience of family and friends during birthday parties and other celebrations. Fueled by her love of performing, she began studying classical piano at age six. She discovered her passion for singing soon after and blew audiences away with her sheer
vocal power and charismatic performance as a finalist on the national Russian television show, “Sing If You Can".
It wasn’t long before she was working alongside Mario Marchetti and songwriter, Gino Barletta, crafting energetic, rhythmic pop records inspired by the ever-changing narratives of her life. Gino Barletta recently won a Grammy for ‘Best Dance Recording’ for the song “Don’t Let Me Down” by Daya, and has also subsequently co-wrote Celina Gomez’s single “Fetish”.
Between writing and performing her own music, Ksenia continues to pursue her acting and musical endeavors, sometimes even combining them.
In October, 2017, Ksenia shot her first feature film, “This Much,” which she co-wrote, co-produced, and starred as the lead. It will be released in the USA in 2019. The film is currently in a successful film festival circuit and has already won many awards, including Ksenia winning "Best Actress” at the Westfield Film Festival.
She continues to write music and perform throughout New York, intoxicating audiences with her impressive vocal chops, hooky dance pop vibe while telling jokes in-between songs. It’s evident that Ksenia possesses both the dedication and the talent to make her dream of pop superstardom, which manifested at such an early age, a certain reality.