Violinist Genia Maslov was born in Kharkov, Ukraine to parents who are both musicians. When she was three years old, her family immigrated to Israel, where at the age of six she began her study of the violin. At the age of seven, Maslov gave her first public performance. When her family arrived to the United States, she continued her violin studies with Lee Snyder at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a full scholarship recipient, she studied at the Manhattan School of Music Pre-College Division, and later at The Juilliard School where she earned her bachelor of music degree under the tutelage of Stephen Clapp and Joel Smirnoff. In 2011, Maslov graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music with a master of music degree, where she studied with Joel Smirnoff.

Maslov’s numerous performances include solo appearances with the Philadelphia Classical Symphony, Kennett Symphony, Lansdowne Symphony, Ambler Symphony and Ocean City Pops. She participated in the National Festival of the Arts and in the Monaco Music Festival, and performed recital engagements in Paris, Monaco and throughout Canada. Having won the highly acclaimed Albert M. Greenfield Competition at the age of 12, Maslov was a featured soloist with The Philadelphia Orchestra twice in February of 2001. She was one of the featured performers in the FONTS concert at the Kimmel Cultural Campus (known at the time as the Kimmel Center) in Philadelphia with David Kim, concertmaster of The Philadelphia Orchestra, in 2005. Later that year, upon winning the concerto competition at the Manhattan School of Music Prep, Maslov appeared with the Preparatory Orchestra of Manhattan School of Music.

Maslov has been a member of many chamber ensembles coached by such esteemed musicians as Sidney Curtiss, Kathleen Carroll, Rohan De Silva, Samuel Rhodes, Roger Chase and Sir Roger Tapping, as well as members of the Penderecki String Quartet. Awards and scholarships received by Maslov include The Eugene B. Kahn Memorial Scholarship, Thomas J. Lee Memorial Scholarship and Kate Bamberger Memorial Awards at The Manhattan School of Music and The Eugene Ormandy scholarship at The Settlement Music School, as well as grants from The Loeb Performing Arts Foundation, Alfonso Cavaliere Memorial Scholarship, Marian Anderson Young Artist Study Grant and The Kardon Foundation.

Maslov has performed in master classes given by Jamie Laredo, David Kim, Paul Hersch, Aaron Rosand, Soovin Kim and Andres Cardenas, among others. She has been the participant of summer festivals such as Casalmaggiore International Music Festival in Casalmaggiore, Italy (2004-2006) where she studied with Taras Gabora, Jerzy Kaplanek and Roger Chase, Banff Strings and Winds Master Classes (2009-2013) where she studied with Joel Smirnoff and performed the Lou Harrison Concerto for Violin and Percussion under Steven Schick, as well as the Banff Festival Orchestra (2009-2013) where she served as concertmaster under the baton of Maestros Lior Shambadal, Johannes Debus, Dominic Wheeler and Joel Smirnoff. In the summer of 2021, Maslov served as artist faculty as well as a member of the Contemporary Music Ensemble at Atlantic Music Festival.

Maslov is currently teaching private violin as well as coaching chamber music at The Music School of Delaware and Temple University Prep. She plays on the 1901 Emilio Evasio Guerra violin, kindly loaned to her by Mr. William A. Loeb.