Vitali Alekseenok was born in Belarus. He received his musical education at the Minsk College of Music and the St. Petersburg State Conservatory (conducting and trombone). During his studies he performed many concerts in Russia, Belarus and Poland, conducting works by Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Poulenc, contemporary composers and his own compositions.
In 2016, Vitali Alekseenok continued his conducting studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music Weimar and has since gone on to perform with such orchestras as the Jena Philharmonic, Gotha Philharmonic, Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra as well as the Orchestra of the Weimar Music Academy.
Since the 2016/17 season he has been collaborating with famous Ukrainian conductor Oksana Lyniv, with whom he implemented numerous concert programs and opera productions, for example in the Bavarian State Opera, Teatre del Liceu Barcelona, Opera Graz, as well as New Philharmony Munich and Bavarian Youth Sypmhony Orchestra. He made a debut on the first LvivMozArt Festial (Ukraine) in summer 2017.
In October 2017, he made his debut with Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra with works by Rachmaninov, Saint-Saens and Mozart.
Since April 2018 Vitali Alekseenok is a chief conductor of Abaco Orchestra of Munich University.