Anders Loguin studied percussion at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, and conducting in Sweden, Finland and the United States. He frequently conducts orchestras and ensembles in Sweden and abroad. He was a founding member of the percussion ensemble Kroumata, and left the ensemble in 2008, co-founding the ensemble Glorious Percussion, which gave the world première of Sofia Gubaidulina’s work of the same name for five percussionists and orchestra. Loguin participated in the world première concerts of Fachwerk in 2009. Since 1977 he has been professor and head of the percussion department at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Anders Loguin was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in 2002. In 2008 His Majesty the King of Sweden awarded him the royal medal “Litteris et Artibus” for his outstanding contribution to the field of music and art in Sweden and abroad.
Concert reviews by the Swedish press Barometern (Oskarshamn) and Östran (Kalmar) on Gubaidulina’s Fachwerk (Naxos 8.572772)