Izumi Mizuta-Krüger began playing the piano at the age of 4 in the japanese Suzuki Programme. 7 years later she moved to Brisbane, Australia, where she continued to work on her piano at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. After graduating Toho Gakuen Music University Tokyo, she completed her postgraduate diploma at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Her major teachers include Leah Horwitz, Satoko Tokumaru, Oleg Stepanov, Christopher Elton and Karl-Heinz Kämmerling.
In 1997, Ms. Mizuta-Krüger was awarded the “Elsie Doris Norris Prater” scholarship. She has been finalist in the “Citta di Pavia” International Piano Competition in Italy, and received 3 rd prize in “Robert and Amy Brant” Piano Competition in Birmingham. She has performed numerous solo recitals and chamber music in Japan, England (St. Martin-in-the-Fields London, St. James's Piccadilly, Southwark Cathedral), Australia, the Netherlands (Holland Music Sessions), Italy, South Korea (Iksan Music Festival) and Germany. She has also participated in Master Classes of L. Vlasenko, M.Voskresensky, G. Sebok, D. Joffe, J. O'Conor, J. Perry and K.-H. Kämmerling.
After further studies at Salzburg's Mozarteum and teaching at the Schlaffhorst-Andersen college, she takes an active part in performing chamber music and teaching privately in Hannover, Germany.