Artem Lonhinov was born in Dnipro, Ukraine. At the age of 4 he started to play the violin. After graduating at the Music College in Dnipro with distinction as a violinist, composer and conductor in 2014 he moved to Germany to continue his musical education at the University of Music and performing Arts in Munich.
In February 2019 Artem received his Bachelor degree in violin studying with Prof. Olga Bloch-Voitova. He is currently studying Master in orchestra conducting in the class of Prof. Marcus Bosch and Prof. Georg Fritzsch and Master in violin with Prof. Ingolf Turban. As a violinist Artem has also a special focus on orchestral playing – he has been a member of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie and has performed as a concertmaster there and in the Orchestra of University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Also he is often heard in and around Munich with his string quartet “Eurasica”.
Artem Lonhinov conducted such orchestras as National Symphony Orchestra of Polish Radio, Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, Munich Chamber Orchestra, Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt, Bad Reichenhall Philharmonic Orchestra, Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, Munich Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra of University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. He visited masterclasses for violin with Prof. Sergey Ostrovsky, Prof. Boris Kuschnir and Prof. Ingolf Turban, for conducting with Rupert Huber, Rüdiger Lotter, Prof. Alexander Liebreich and Prof. Jorma Panula. As an assistant conductor he worked at the State theater in Nuremberg and at the Opera Festival in Heidenheim. In July 2019 in Heidenheim Artem made his debut as an opera conductor, conducting a perfomance of Tchaikovsky’s “Pique Dame”.
In April 2019 Artem Lonhinov was selected for Conductor’s forum of German Music Council.
Artem is now a scholarship holder of Oscar und Vera Ritter Foundation, earlier he also received the scholarship of Orlandus Lassus Foundation and German Scolarship.