The harpist Alice Belugou was born in Rouen in 1991. She began her studies at the Sorbonne in Paris and at the Pôle Supérieur de Paris Boulogne-Billancourt, then moved to Lausanne to study with Letizia Belmondo for her Master in Music Performance at the Haute École de Musique, where she was awarded a special prize for excellence in her Master Concerts in 2015. She then completed a Master in Music Pedagogy and a Minor in Contemporary Music at the Basel Academy of Music.
Belugou has attended master classes with Isabelle Moretti, Fabrice Pierre, Catherine Michel, Frédérique Cambreling and Marie-Pierre Langlamet, and has worked with composers including Georges Aperghis, Mark André, Heinz Holliger, William Blank, Jennifer Walshe and Simon Steen-Andersen.
Since 2015, Belugou has performed at various festivals in Europe as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician: at the Lucerne Festival, Zeiträume Basel, Archipel (CH), Manifeste (FR), New Direction (SW), ON Cologne (DE), Microtonality Basel, the Darmstadt Holiday Courses, Zurich New Music Days, Kontakte Berlin and the Rümlingen Festival (CH). In 2017, she won a scholarship of the Fritz Gerber Foundation, and in 2018 she won second prize at the DHF World Harp Competition.