Eirina Belomazova was born in Bulgaria in 1985. From 1990 she lived in Thessaloniki, Greece where she studied in her mother’s class at the Synchrono Conservatory. From 2004 she studied violin in Prof. Michael Frischenschlager’s class at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, graduating in 2012. At the same time she studied chamber music with Prof. Johannes Meissl and attended master classes given by Ginka Gichkova, Vanya Milanova, Marianne Piketty, Mincho Minchev and Y. Neamann, among others. During her time at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna she twice received a scholarship.
Eirina Belomazova has been a member of the Yehudi Menuhin LMN Organisation since 2005. She has performed as a violinist in Austria, Greece, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Germany, Hungary and Liechtenstein with the Trio Prestige and the IMSK-Quartett in collaboration with Alvaro Pierri. As an orchestra musician she has played with the European Union Youth Orchestra, the Wiener Jeunesse Orchester and the Schubert Akademie (the orchestra of the Vienna Boys’ Choir).
She has won prizes at national competitions in Bulgaria and Greece, at the 18th International Chamber Music Competition in Thessaloniki, the Windisch Chamber Music Competition in Vienna and “Gradus ad Parnassum”.
She has been part of the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra since 2014.