Alexey Logunov was born in Leningrad, Russia. He graduated in 2014 from Saint-Petersburg State Conservatory of Rymsky-Korsakov, where he studied composition with Vladimir Tsitovich and Gennady Banshchikov and was later assistant to Sergei Slonimsky. Logunov studied piano performance at Saint Petersburg Conservatory, mentored by Ekaterina Murina from 2016 to 2018. In 2020, he earned a Master of Music degree in Composition from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where he studied with P. Q. Phan, Eugene O’Brien, and Tansy Davies. Logunov is now a doctoral student and associate instructor of composition at the Jacobs School.

Alexey’s music has been performed at numerous Russian and international festivals, including From Avantgarde to Present Days, Children’s Earth, Sound Ways,,  Musica Futura (Minsk, Republic of Belarus), New music-new reality (Ekaterinburg), Composer 2.0 (Yaroslavl) and the Midwest Composers Symposium 2019 (Indiana University, USA). He collaborated with artictic groups “Musica Futura” and “Dialectic of Sound” in 2010-2011. In 2016 Alexey participated in the “Roche Continents” program in Salzburg (Austria) by Roche. In 2017 he took part in a concert tour of the Atlantic coastal cities of France as part of the festival Dinard réunit les jeunes virtuoses.

Alexey participated in workshops with Matti Kovler, Klaus Lang, Peep Lassmann, Robert Paterson, Jeffrey Mumford, Georg Friedrich Haas, Alexey Sysoev, Raphaël Cendo, Sergej Newski, Blaise Ubaldini, Oliver Schneller, Mark Andre, Kay He, Zosha Di Castri, Mara Helmuth, and the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble (MCME). He was respectively a scholar of and a student of the X and XI International Young Composers Academy in Tchaikovsky-city and a participant of 2023 Splice Institute (Kalamazoo, Michigan).

Alexey Logunov is a laureate of the IV International competition of performing musicians and composers “Romanticism: sources and horizons” Franz Schubert’s in memoriam (2013, Moscow), VI and VII young composer’s competitions at the International festival “Three centuries of classical romance” (2016, 2018, Saint-Petersburg), II young composers competition “Siberia symphony” (2017, Krasnoyarsk), diplomant of XVI Open composers competition named after Andrey Petrov (2022, Saint-Petersburg). He is a winner of 2023 Georgina Joshi Composition Commission Award at Jacobs School of Music.