Antonii Kedrovskyi was born in 1994 in Kyiv.
At the age of five, he began playing the violin at the Kyiv Children’s Music School #15 in the class of Tetyana Shcheblykina. In 2004 he continued his studies at the Mykola Lysenko Kyiv Specialized Music School in the class of Tetyana Snizhna. In 2012 he entered the Petro Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music of Ukraine, where he studied with Lyudmila Ovcharenko, Dmytro Tkachenko and Olga Rivnyak. At the same time he mastered the art of orchestral conducting with Mykola Dyadyura, Alin Vlasenko and Roman Kofman. From 2017 he studied at the Tallinn Academy of Music and Theater in the class of Yuri Alperten who was a student of the outstanding conductor Ilya Musin. He also studied at the Hanover Graduate School of Music and Theater in the class of Frank Lehr and at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts in the class of Semen Pironkov.
As a conductor and violinist he has collaborated with the Kyiv Soloists Chamber Ensemble, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine, the Estonian National Opera Orchestra, the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and the Pärnu City Orchestra. He played with famous soloists, including Oleh Krysa, Vyacheslav Novikov, Valery Sokolov, Maxim Rysanov, Hugo Ticciati, and Tõnu Kaljuste. With the VERE MUSIC FUND Foundation support, he participated in the international master class by prominent conductor Yorma Panula.