Born in 1999 in Saint Petersburg. Began learning to play piano since he was 6 years old in the Children's music school No. 11 (the class of teacher Elena Zyabreva). Currently he attends the special music school at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov (the class of Honored artist of Russia Professor Alexander Sandler).
Laureate of of prestigious competitions for young musicians:
2011 – I place at the IX International competition in memory of Vladimir Horowitz (Kiev).
2011, 2012 – III prize and the audience award at the XII contest "The Nutcracker" (Moscow).
2013 - III prize at the IX International competition "A step to mastery" (St. Petersburg).
Laureate of International competitions:
2014 – winner and recipient of scholarship from the YAMAHA MUSIC 2014 competition (Moscow).
2014 – special prize of the XXI International piano competition of Rotary (Spain).
2015 – III prize at the International competition "Astana Piano Passion" (Kazakhstan).
2015 – III prize and special prize for the best variations at the e-Piano Junior Competition (Minneapolis, USA).
2015 – II prize at the competition of Young pianists named after Cliburn (Fort Worth, USA).
2017 – I prize at the XI International competition «Artur Rubinstein in Memoriam» (Poland).
Participated in master classes with Dmitriy Bashkirov, Paul Comen, Igor Roma, Nata Cvereli, Ilona Timchenko.
Performed in the best halls of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kiev, Kharkov, Kursk, Minneapolis and Fort Worth.
Participated in various music festivals in Russia and abroad, including "Faces of contemporary pianism" (St. Petersburg), "Moscow meets friends" (Moscow), Festival of Yuri Bashmet in Sochi and Minsk (2012). Festival of Yuri Bashmet in Minsk.
Fellow of the Philharmonic society of Saint Petersburg (2009-2010), of the Rostropovich Foundation, winner of the scholarship of S. T. Richter (2010-2014), winner of the Government of St. Petersburg Award.
"Arseniy Mun is a talented young musician with a good range of talents. Arseniy feels the music, has a natural virtuosity and artistry", by Alexander Sandler.