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Kyiv Academy of Arts named after M.I.Chembergi, specialty piano (2009)
in the class of Honored Artist of Ukraine N. Romenska

Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, specialty piano (2009-2013)
in the class of Professor T.Roschyna

Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine (including post-graduate course),
speciality composition (2011-2017)

in the class of Professor L.Kolodub

The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music (Warsaw, Poland) as the participant of scholarship program of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland «Gaude Polonia» (2019)
in the class of Professor Marcin Błażewicz

Boris Loginov is a Ukrainian composer born on 27.October 1990 in Kyiv. He started his way in music from early childhood as a pianist and at the same time he began to try himself in composition. He has been professionally engaged in composition since 2011. During this time he tried himself in various musical genres and styles, worked with various ensembles: symphony orchestra, chamber orchestra, choir, chamber ensembles and solos. He also worked in the field of electroacoustic music and music for theatrical and artistic performances. Author of film soundtracks.

Participated in master classes of Kyiv Contemporary Music Days (2016, 2017, 2018, 2021), master classes in Envision Sound program with British Council and Dovzhenko Center (2018), scholarship program of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland «Gaude Polonia» (2019). His mentors were: Jaime Reis, Stefan Prins, Annette Vande Gorne, Mehmet Can Özer, Marcin Błażewicz, Michael Price, Alla Zahaykevich.


His pieces were performed at: "Kyiv Contemporary Music Days" (2016, 2017, 2021), projects of “Collegium Musicum” (2014, 2016), “Dzenzelivka Classical Week” (2015, 2016, 2017), international music festival “Odessa Classics” (2021), “New-York Ukrainian Contemporary Music Festival” (2021). Also participated in project “Amadoka” within literary and translation festivals Translatorium (2021) and Translationale Berlin (2022), performed during presentation of project “Planeta Ukrain 2022” in the framework of Triennale Milano (Milan, Italy), “Jauna Muzika 2022” (Vilnius, Lithuania) and “Gaudeamus Festival 2022” (Utrecht, Netherlands)​.


Was played by: Orest Smovzh (violin), Antonii Baryshevskyi (Piano), Zhanna Marchynska (cello), Nina Guo (vocal), Dmytro Choni (piano), Olga Kulchynska (vocal), Dmytro Pashynskyi (clarinet), Serhii Vilka (flute), Gleb Kanasevich (clarinet), Lindsey Eckenroth (flute), Pierluigi Clemente (guitar), Anastasia Stovbyr (piano), Sophie Hunold (vocal), Mariya Khylko (organ) etc. And also "Kyiv Symphony Orchestra" - conductor Mykola Lysenko, Rivne Regional Philharmonic Orchestra - conductor Ivan Ostapovych, Vocal Ensemble "Alter Ratio" - conductor Olga Prykhodko, Choir "Features.ua" - conductor Natalie Begma, Lux Vocal Ensemble - conductor Ulrike Heider, Sed Contra Ensemble, Synaesthesis Ensemble etc.

 


As a pianist since 2016 till 2018 - worked at “Kyiv Symphony Orchestra” and participated in the different projects as “Kyiv Music Fest”, “Gogol Fest” etc. Also as a solo pianist performed concerts and participated in competitions and festivals in France, Italy, Hungary, Turkey, Poland, Great Britain. Laureate and winner of national and international competitions and festivals, including: "14 Concorso Pianistico Internazionale per giovani pianisti" (Rome, 2003), "International competition of young performers "XXI century art" (Kyiv, 2002), "27th International April children's festival" (Istanbul, 2005), "Heart to heart festival" (Balatonfured 2006), "Concours musical de France" (Paris, 2008) and many others. Besides, he was participant of “International Summer Academy" in Chernihiv, Ukraine - master classes of Vadim Rudenko (2011). Also gained Scholarship of Mayor of Kyiv (2006, 2007, 2008).