Graduated from the Moscow Conservatory as a composer.
The music of Kuzma Bodrov has been performed by the Svetlanov State Orchestra of Russia, the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic, the Tchaikovsky Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra, the National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra, the Chamber Choir of the Moscow Conservatory, the Sveshnikov Choir and other well-known ensembles. He has collaborated with such musicians as Yury Bashmet, Boris Tevlin, Vladimir Ziva, Sergei Stadler, Alexander Sladkovsky, Borja Quintas, Boris Berezovsky, Maria Baio, Nikita Borisoglebsky, Alexander Trostyansky, and Yelena Revich.
He is a member of the Dmitry Krymov Laboratory, and is the musical director of the Tales of the Old Piano project of educational animated films.
He is author of several works written for a mass of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI (2011). Since 2012 he has been visiting professor at the Katarina Gursky School of Music in Madrid. He teaches at the Higher Courses for Directors and Screenwriters in Moscow, and at the Moscow Conservatory.
He has won numerous prizes at Russian and international competitions: the Prokofiev Competition (1st prize for his Concert Sonata for Violin and Orchestra), the Shostakovich Competition (1st prize for his Concerto for Violin and Orchestra) and the Myaskovsky Competition (1st prize for his String Quartet). Winner of the Dmitry Shostakovich Prize from the Moscow Conservatory.
Work at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre includes Galileo. Opera for Violin and Scientist, directed by Boris Yukhananov (2017).