Alice Belugou has studied piano, harp and musicology in different institutions in Paris. She graduated with a Bachelor in harp performance in 2013, a pedagogy diploma (DE) in 2014 and a prize in musical culture in 2013 from the Pôle Supérieur Paris Boulogne-Billancourt (PSPBB), a Bachelor in musicology from the Université Paris-Sorbonne in 2011, and a school leaving certificate in piano in Evreux in 2009. In 2015, she received a Masters Degree in harp performance with a special prize for her harp recitals from the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne (HEMU), where she studied with Letizia Belmondo. She finished her studies in 2017 and graduated with Master degree in pedagogy and new music from the Hochschule für Musik in Basel.
In 2017, she received the Fritz Gerber Award and was laureate with the ensemble Georges of the International Hugo Competition.
She has attended masterclasses with Isabelle Moretti, Fabrice Pierre, Catherine Michel, Frédérique Cambreling and Marie-Pierre Langlamet. In recent years, she has worked and collaborated with many composers who have written for the harp, including Georges Aperghis, Mark André, Heinz Holliger, William Blank, and Francesco Filidei, among others.
Alice has participated in various music festivals such as the Lucerne Festival Academy (Switzerland), Darmstadt Summer Courses for New Music (Germany), Festival Archipel (Switzerland), New directions Festival (Sweden), Zeiträume (Switzerland) and Manifeste (France). She will play as a soloist in the Dutch Harp Festival works of Luciano Berio, Martin Matalon, Simon Steen-Andersen and Georges Aperghis. She has performed with different ensembles and orchestras specializing in contemporary music, such as Namascae, Neuverband, Le Balcon, and the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra, but continues to perform classical repertoire with choirs and orchestras in Switzerland and in France including Orchestre de Chambre de Normandie, Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, Luce del canto, Furians, and others.