Larisa Loginova was born in Moscow where she studied Musicology at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
Doctor of Musicology and Musical Pedagogy, her pedagogical and musical projects were supported by the Soros International Foundation “Societat oberta” (1995-1997) and by Fulbright Grand (USA) from 2001-2002. Since 2007 she has lived in Barcelona where she teaches Musical Language, Solfeggio, Musical Theory, Musicology and Piano at L’Escola de Musica i Dansa Luthier. Larisa Loginova is the author of two monographs – “On the auditory activity of the musician-performer” (Moscow, 1998), “What can we read in a score?” and of more than 50 articles dedicated to the diverse problems of musical education and interpretation, published in Russia, France, Canada, Croatia. She is also the author of 5 Solfeggio manuals, published in Spain and Croatia. As a pianist, he performs with prestigious international musicians, such as the soloist of the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, the singer Yuri Nechaev (Russia), the violinist who won the Grand Prix of the Paganini competition (Genoa) Yuri Korchinski, the French flutist and composer Pierre -Yves Artaud and pianist Gennady Dzubenko.