Mina Beldimanescu was born in Bucharest, Romania, in 1990. She studied with Carmen Enescu at the Dinu Lipatti Music High School and obtained her Bachelor's degree at the Royal Academy of Music under Diana Ketler. In the summer of 2015, she graduated from the Guildhall School of Music &Drama as a student of Philip Jenkins, obtaining her Master of Performance degree with Distinction.
She attended the masterclasses of renowned pianists such as Boris Berman, Emanuel Krasovsky, Pavel Gililov, Nikolai Demidenko and Yevgeny Sudbin. Mina has won prizes in competitions such as: International Piano Competition, Val Tidone, International Piano Competition 'Evangelia Tjiarri', Larnaka - Grand Prix. In 2009, she was awarded 1st Prize in the National Music Competition organized by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research. She is also a laureate of the Lilian Davies, Douglas Cameron and Harold Craxton Prizes in London. In 2010 she was a scholar of the SoNoRo-Interferente chamber music project, which enabled her to perform with Bernhard Naoki Hedenborg as chamber music partner.
She appears regularly as a chamber musician in Massachusetts, Costa Brava and Barcelona. Performances as a piano soloist have also included, throughout the years, recitals and solo performances with orchestras at the Romanian Atheneum and the George Enescu Museum in Bucharest, Middle Temple Hall and St. James's Church Piccadilly in London, the Romanian Cultural Institutes in Budapest, Paris and London.