Now she continues her studies for the Artist Diploma course at the RCM, for which Dinara has been awarded with Benjamin Britten Fellowship. Dinara received her Graduate Diploma with Honors at the Moscow State Conservatory, where he studied with Eliso Virsaladze, having previously graduated from the Central Music School by the Conservatory, where she worked with Valery Pyasetsky.
Dinara has won many awards in prestigious international competitions, including Second Prize and three special prizes at the 9th International Paderewski Competition in Bydgoszcz, Poland (2013), First prize at Norah Sande award competition in Easbourne, UK (2014), First prize at the Sheepdrove Piano Competition, UK (2013), Second Prize at the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition in Bolzano, Italy (2007), Grand Prix for the Berne Interlaken Classics International Piano Competition (2010), Grand-Prix at the Vladimir Krainev International Competition for Young Pianists (2006), First Prize at the International Seiler Piano Competition (2003) and Second Prize at the Tchaikovsky International Competition for Young Musicians (2004) . She has also received the Diploma of Outstanding Merit at the Hamamatsu International Piano Competition in Japan (2006). She is a winner of Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe scholarship award in UK, 2014.
Dinara has appeared at many international music festivals including the Rheingau Music Festival, Ravello Festival and the International Festival of Piano “La Roque d’Antheron”. Dinara has performed solo recitals all around the world in Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Japan, Malaysia, the USA and the United Kingdom. She has worked with orchestras such as Musica Viva, Orchestra del Roma e del Lazio and The Moscow Virtuosi and conductors like Alexander Rudin, Moshe Atzmon and Vladimir Spivakov
Dinara made her debut recording at the age of sixteen, with Delos Records, and the album Music of Chopin and Liszt.