Dinara was born in Lida town (Belarus) in 1984. She studied at College of Music at the Belarusian State Academy of Music (class of Andrei Sikorsky). In 2007 she graduated from the St. Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire (class of Professor, Honoured Artist of Russia Oleg Malov), faculty of composition (class of Professor, People's Artist of Russia Boris Tishchenko). In 2010, she completed a postgraduate course at the St. Petersburg Conservatoire.
Laureate of international competitions:
2007: The 2nd Prize at the Maria Yudina International Competition of Chamber Ensembles (St. Petersburg).
2007 - the 1st Prize at the Tatiana Gaidamovich International Competition of Chamber Ensembles (Magnitogorsk).
2008 - the 2nd Prize in the 12th International Contemporary Music Competition (Krakow).
2008 - the 2nd Prize in the Russian National Dmitry Shostakovich Composers Competition (St. Petersburg).
2009 - laureate of the Composers' Assemblies competition (St. Petersburg).
2008 – diploma holder at the Jāzeps Vītols International Piano Competition (Riga).
She took part in master classes by Eberhard Feltz, Stefan Metz, Johannes Peitz.
She has been a regular participant of the festival “From the Avant-garde to the present day” in St. Petersburg. She took part in the festival “Baltic Piano Duets” and in the festival “St. Petersburg Musical Spring”. She performs concerts in Russia and abroad.