Aiman Mussakhajayeva was born in 1958.
In 1965 -1976 she studied at Baysseitova Republican Music School.
In 1976 entered Kurmangazy Kazakh National Conservatory, in 1978 was transferred to Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory to the class of Professor Valeriy Klimov, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation. In 1983 after graduating from the conservatory she enrolled in graduate school, in 1986 she successfully graduated from it.
Aiman Mussakhajaeva – an outstanding violinist, People’s Artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan, “Kazakhstan Yenbek Eri”, the rector of Kazakh National University of Arts, a prominent public figure, member of the jury of many international competitions and festivals.
She graduated from Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (Professor Valeriy Klimov’s class). Also she is a laureate and prizewinner in: International Competition in Belgrade (Yugoslavia, 1976), Paganini International Competition in Genoa (Italy, 1981), Tokyo International Competition (Japan, 1983), Sibelius International Competition in Helsinki (Finland, 1985), VIII Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow (Russia, 1986).
Aiman Mussakhajayeva – hold the Honorary title of UNESCO “Artist for Peace” (1998); Academician of the International Academy of Art (1998), winner of Award of the Valmonte City (Italy) “For high artistic quality and social mission in the world for peace”, the Vatican Award, Santa Cecilia Silver Cup for contribution to the development and strengthening cultural ties between two countries, the winner of the State Prize of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of literature, art, architecture (2000), the winner of independent award of patrons of Kazakhstan “Platinum Tarlan” (2002).