Dudana Mazmanishvili, born 1980 in Tiflis, received at the age of 3 her first piano instruction from her mother, pianist Tamar Apakidze. Already at 8 years old she debuted with the Georgian National Orchestra. In 1998 Elisso Virsaladze brought Dudana Mazmanishvili to Munich. Since 2005 she is perfecting herself in New York with Jerome Rose.
Dudana Mazmanishvili has immortalized herself at numerous international piano competitions as award winner in the winner lists: for example at the Busoni Competition in Bozen, Washington International Piano Competition, Nicolai Rubinstein Competition Paris, Nadia Reisenberg Award New York and August Everding Competition Munich.
In 2006 Dudana Mazmanishvili debuted at Carnegie Hall. Harris Goldsmith celebrated her in his concert critic as the discovery of the year. In "Musical America" she was selected "Rising Star of the Year." Among the highlights in her career are performances in the Philips Collection Washington, Munich Residenz, Salle Cortot in Paris, Musikverein in Vienna and Konzerthaus Berlin.
In 2006 her debut CD with Oehms Classics appeared with works by Bach, Busoni, Liszt and Rachmaninow, which was selected by Radio Bayern 4 as CD of the Month. She is giving concerts mostly in Europe and the USA, where among others she was invited by the Chopin Society in Texas. 2015 she gave a recital at the famous German Klavierfestival Ruhr, which was broadcast by Deutschlandfunk. She also was an invitee at the International Music Festival Autumn Tbilisi. For her concerts and recordings she is playing a Bechstein D Grand.
Dudana Mazmanishvili is sharing her pianistic career with her mission as cultural attachée at the Georgian Embassy in Berlin, promoting the Georgian culture and awakening attention for a place with rich historic roots at the edge of Orient and Occident.