Andreas Tselikas was born in Athens in Greece in 1978. He studied violin, composition and orchestral conducting under N. Bergerstock and Th. Antoniou. In 2001 he continued his studies on composition and conducting at the University for Music in Vienna, in the classes of Ηerbert Lauermann and Leopold Hager. On July 2001, 2004 and 2005 he won the 1st Prize on the International Competition for Orchestral Conducting in Wiener Musikseminar (Vienna University) and on September 2005 he won the unique given award “Encouragement Award” in the 3rd International Conducting Competition Sibelius in Helsinki, Finland.
He has conducted all the major Greek symphony orchestras and has conducted in Austria, Denmark, Rumania, Hungary, Finland, Albania. From 2006 to 2010 he has been Associate conductor of the Greek National Opera and since 1998 is permanent conductor of the Athens Municipality Symphony Orchestra.
His works have been performed in Greece and Austria.