Biliana Tzinlikova was born in Sofia in 1974. After piano studies at the Sofia State Music Academy (Marina Kapazinskaja) she moved to the Salzburg Mozarteum to work with Andor Losonczy and Christoph Lieske, completing her studies with distinction in 2001. She went on to participate in master-courses with Paul van Ness, Andrzej Jasińsky, Pierre Amoyal, Pavel Gililov, Menahem Pressler, Alexander Lonquich, Klaus-Christian Schuster, and Claude Frank, influenced in particular by contact and work with Ruggiero Ricci and Ferenz Rados.
She has appeared as a soloist and chamber-music player in important festivals and events in Europe and the United States. From 2003 to 2005 she was a member of the Munich Philharmonic Trio and in 2004 made her début at the Vienna Konzerthaus, continuing to collaborate with leading musicians.
She is interested in the work of living composers and in piano rarities from the past and has taught at the Mozarteum since 2001.