Dilorom Saidaminova was born in the city Tashkent in the Republic of Uzbekistan. She is one of the brightest representatives of Uzbekistan composers.
She graduated from the best musical school in Tashkent with majors in both piano (professor A.M. Litvinov) and composition (prof. B.I.Zejdman) in 1961. She continued her musical education at the Tashkent State Conservatoire and graduated from its piano school in 1966 and composition in 1967. In 1971, she graduated with a DMA in composition Dilorom Saidaminova was winner of several national and international music competitions as well: in 1998 2nd prize at the International Competition Germany.
She took 1st prize in the Competition for Composers Uzbekistan (Festive Overture) and 2nd prize for the Competition city Tashkent. Lastly in 1977, she was awarded Special Prize for Outstanding young Composer in a State Uzbekistan.
Dilorom Saidaminovna is well known not only in Uzbekistan but also in many other countries such as Russia, Latvia, Moldavia, Byelorussia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Great Britain, Germany, Luxembourg, USA.
She has actively participated in many national and international music events such as the international Festival of Symphonic Music in Tashkent (1998, 2000, 2002), the International Festival of Contemporary Music “Ilkhom – XX” (1997, 2000, 2004) and the “Moscow Fall” Festival in Moscow, Russia (1994, 1996, 1997-2001, 2003).
She has also had several author’s concerts (1992, 1998, 2000, 2002).
Her most recent composition “Azon” for Choir, Violin, Organ, Piano and Narrator commissioned and premiered by Bach Chair of Pittsburgh (2002). Also was premiered in Carnegie Music Hall of Pittsburgh “Festive Overture” (2003).
Concerto for Saxophone and Symphony orchestra was commissioned by the world’s great saxophone virtuoso James Houlik and premiered (with Wind Symphony) in Cornegie Music Holl of New York (2004).