He began piano studies at the age of four, encouraged by his grandfather. At seven, he entered the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Canada, and appeared on his first album, "A Tribute to Walt Disney" at the age of nine. Victor Alexeeff studied with Boris Berlin, Marek Jablonski and Artur Papazian. Throughout his training, he received 33 scholarships, and appeared on numerous television and radio programs throughout North America.
While pursuing a fine arts career, Victor Alexeeff took an interest in film scoring. Also, he became involved in the experimental band NRG, which enjoyed great success performing live sound tracks to film classics such as Fritz Lang's Metropolis and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. For over fifteen years, Victor Alexeeff has been creating scores for movies, corporate communications, radio and television commercials and live business theater presentations.