Arseny was born in Chelyabinsk in 2003. He studied at Special Children's School of Arts of the P.I. Tchaikovsky South Ural State Institute of Arts (class of associate professor Tatyana Zaitseva, teacher Mikhail Korobkin). Since 2016, he attends Secondary School of Music at the St. Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory (class of professor Andrey Bolshiyanov)
He won awards in contests:
2019: The Winner at the 6th St. Petersburg Open Winds and Drums Competition for Young Performers (St. Petersburg)
2020: The Winner at the 9th International Competition "Silver Sounds" (Petrozavodsk)
He participated in workshops by Ivan Mozgovenko, Sergei Kolesov, Nikita Zimin, Taras Gusarov, Vladimir Koznov and Nicolas Prost.
He also took part in sessions at the Sirius Education Centre in Sochi in the class of Margarita Shaposhnikova (2015) and Andrey Bolshiyanov (2015-2017).
He receives the New Names Foundation Fellowship (2015, 2016). He was awarded the Maestro Temirkanov Prize by the International Fund for Cultural Initiatives (2017). He won prizes at youth contests. He won the 2nd regional stage in the woodwinds and brass category in the competition for students of children's music schools and children's schools of arts of the Russian Federation as part of the 16th International Tchaikovsky Competition (St. Petersburg, 2019).
He is a participant of international festivals in Chelyabinsk: "Much Fest", "Freddie's Friends", "What a Wonderful World", "Spring Beat", "Baby-Jazz".
He took part in a gala concert dedicated to the anniversary of maestro Yuri Temirkanov with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Mariss Jansons and in the project “Young Musicians and the Capella Symphony Orchestra” conducted by Alexander Chernushenko.
He has toured in Switzerland, France. He has performed in the Mariinsky Theater, the Dmitri Shostakovich St. Petersburg Academic Philharmonic, the Capella of St. Petersburg, the State Philharmonic of St. Petersburg for children and youth, the Chelyabinsk State Philharmonic.