was born on June 22, 1978, in Brovary near Kyiv. He received musical education at Lysenko Special Music school in Kyiv and in National Musical Academy of Ukraine as a pianist (under prof. V.Kozlov) and as a composer (under prof. I.Karabitz).
As a pianist, Andrij Bondarenko won prices in Rachmaninov (Tambov, Russia, 1996), Horovitz (Kyiv, 1997), Lysenko (Kyiv, 1997) international competitions. He collaborates with the ensemble “New Music in Ukraine” (leader – V. Runchak), played on festivals «KyivMusicFest», «Two Days and Two Nights of New Music».
Also, Andrij Bondarenko is known as a composer. His compositions won prices in I&M Kotz composer’s competition (Kyiv,1994), International composer’s competition in St. Petersburg (2003). Among his compositions – symphonic poem “2004” devoted to Orange revolution, four children ballets was performed by “Releve” choreographic ensemble with Master Class corporation’s assistance in 2009, and music for DVD «Cours de danse contemporaire» by Irena Tatiboit, a set of arrangements written for «Kchreshchatyk» academic chamber choir.
In 2006-2011 Andriy Bondarenko worked in National Academy of Government Managerial Staff of Culture and Arts as a teacher of Music informatics. During this time he published a Textbook «Musical Informatics», a first Ukrainian textbook devoted to the theory of digital sound and music software.
In 2009 Andriy Bondarenko was a co-founder of Wikimedia Ukraine organization, a regional partner of Wikimedia Foundation. As for 2020 he made 100 000 edits and wrote about 6000 articles in Ukrainian Wikipedia, mostly devoted to music and musicians.
In 2012 he starts the project «World classic in Ukrainian» aimed to popularize Ukrainian translations of world classical vocal music. Within this project, Andriy Bondarenko organized a lot of concerts of Ukrainian-translated vocal music, including a premiere performance of «Dido & Aeneas» opera by H. Percell in Ukrainian translation by Olena O`Lir, «Francesca da Rimini» by S. Rachmaninov and The World classics in Ukrainian Vocal Contest (2017 and 2019). Also the vocal score of the opera «Le faucon» by D. Bortnianski with Ukrainian translation by M. Strikha prepared by Andriy Bondarenko was a part of this project.
Since 2016 collaborated with Khreshchatyk choir as composer and arranger for projects «hits from anywhere», «hits of the space era», «beads of Ukrainian songs» and the choir musical "Christmas Carol".