Andii Pavlov was born in Kyiv, Ukraine. He grew up and was inspired by the family of musicians. After graduating the Reinhold Gliere Music College he completed the education at the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine with Professor Vadim Kozin. Andrii also improved professional skills with Gyorgy Pauk, Philip Setzer, Marc Danel, Johannes Meissl, Andrej Bielow, and Hatto Beyerle.
Andrii has many concert activities, including solo and chamber music performances at Zeist Music Days and Grachtenfestival in the Netherlands, MonteLeon Сhamber Music Festival in Spain, Randspiele in Germany, Septembre musicale in Switzerland, concerts in Austria, Denmark, France, Italy, Japan, Poland, Portugal, etc. He has played in such concert venues as Radiokulturhaus in Vienna, UNESCO in Paris, Menuhin Forum in Bern, Hermitage Museum in Amsterdam, the National Philharmonic in Kyiv. As a soloist, Andrii collaborated with Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Kyiv Soloists, Lviv Philharmonic, New Era Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Poltava Symphony, Lviv Virtuosos.
During the last years, his constant ensemble partner is pianist Valeriia Shulga. Their duo Sonoro is a prizewinner of numerous international competitions – among them Plovdiv International chamber music competition (Bulgaria, 2017), Salieri-Zinetti International chamber music competition (Italy, 2016), where Andrii was awarded a special prize as the best violinist of the competition, Johannes Brahms International Competition (Austria, 2015) and others.
Andrii is a concertmaster of the New Era Orchestra since the year 2016 as well as a current member of Nota Bene Chamber Group. In 2015 Andrii has got a teaching position at Gliere Municipal Academy of Music in Kyiv.
The Ministry of Culture of Ukraine awarded him the Revutsky prize for young performers in the year 2017.
Since 2018 he receives grant support from the VERE MUSIC FUND.