Alfred Momotenko-Levitsky (1970) was born in a family of professional artists (actress and choir conductor/musician as parents). He started his musical carrier as xylophone player at a young age at Sochi College of Arts. Later he went to study at Moscow State University of Culture and Arts and after it at the Brabants Conservatory (NL) as a conductor and mallets/celesta performer. At the same time he started to write music for his own applications.
After graduating as a musician, he continues his study as composer under the guidance of professor Alexander Hrisanide, professor Willem Jeths and professor Maino Remmers. As well Alfred Momotenko-Levitsky took many seminars from the professors-composers Roderik de Man, Bob Becker and Vinko Globokar. In 2008 he graduated with distinction for Master of Music degree at Fontys Conservatroium and Sonology, sound-design at Royal Conservatory at The Hague (NL).