Born in 1988, in Brașov, Romania, Andrei began studying the violin at the age of seven, with his first teachers Laura Modorcea and Maria Mireanu. In 2011 he graduated the George Enescu University of Arts in Iași, Romania, where he studied violin and chamber music with Phd. Professor Bujor Prelipcean. After finishing his Bachelor, he won a scholarship at the International Menuhin Music Academy – Gstaad, Switzerland, which gave him the opportunity to study with Maxim Vengerov, Liviu Prunaru and Oleg Kaskiv. Andrei received several awards, most notably include: 1st prize in London – Grand Prize Virtuoso Music Competition, Special Prize of the Critics of Music Association – Mihail Jora, and an Excellency Award from the George Enescu University of Iași, Romania. Until now he has performed in major venues like Royal Albert Hall – Elgar Room, KKL Luzern, Victoria Hall Geneva,  Zentrum Paul Klee, Menuhin Forum, Palais Princier Monaco, Auditorio Nacional Madrid, Gdansk Filarmonika, Charles Bronfman Auditorium Tel Aviv, Palazzo Ricci Montepulciano. His performances have included  ensembles like Menuhin Academy Soloists, Moldova Philharmonic of Iași, Râmnicu Vâlcea Philharmonic, Brașov Philharmonic, Botoșani Philharmonic and other ensembles. Always eager to improve his playing, he attended several masterclasses with violin professors: Gyorgy Pauk, Bogdan Zvorișteanu, Ani Kavafian, Ștefan Gheorghiu, Eduard Schmieder, Alexandru Tomescu and Arlette Bonamy.