Marina Shakhdinarova was born in Tbilisi, Georgia. At the age of six, she entered the Academy of Music in the Piano Class. At the age of sixteen, she began the Singing Class and then entered the "Eugene Mikeladze N2" Music College at the age of eighteen. During her studies, she won several competitions including "Giovani Musicisti" - City of Treviso, International Vocal Competition "Nodar Andguladze International Competition" as a soloist in G. B. Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater".
Immediately afterwards she entered the Tbilisi State Conservatoire and graduated with top marks, before graduating. Immediately afterwards, Marina began her professional career by taking on roles such as Countess in Le nozze di Figaro and Mimì in La Bohème. She subsequently won the Opera Competition 'Città di Brescia - In Memoria di Maria Callas'. She won the 'Mirella Freni' Special Prize at the Vox Mutinae 'Nicolaj Ghiaurov' International Opera Singing Competition. She was selected to take part in the 'Neue Stimmen' Project and has attended several master classes held by Barbara Frittoli, Paolo Arrivabeni, Giacomo Prestia, Orlin Anastassov, and Alessandro d'Agostini. Recently, she won second prize at the 'Voci Verdiane' competition in Busseto.
In December again Mimì in Sofia and next season in Yerevan.