Walkiria Izaguirre started her musical education at a young age in Caracas, Venezuela with Benjamín Vera at the Johan Sebastian Bach school of popular music.
    In 2010 she started studying at the Prayner Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna, Austria with Joo Ann Koh obtaining her Artistic Diploma in 2018. Later on she attended the International Academy Aquiles Delle Vigne in Coimbra, Portugal.

     She has had master classes with Ferhan Önder in Salzburg (2010), Eduardus Halim (Vladimir Horowitz’s last pupil) in New York (2014), Aquiles Delle Vigne, Dmitri Bashkirov in Aachen (2018) and Marilyn Engle (2019) in Coimbra.

        In 2013 she won the second price at the International Competition for Young Talents in Ecuador. In the same year she was invited to participate in the festival Jóvenes Pianistas del Estado Aragua in Venezuela.  
    Walkiria has performed as a soloist in many cities of Venezuela, Chile, Austria, Estonia, Germany and Holland. She has also played in several chamber music formats like the Amadeus Quintet (Venezuela), with the Aligatissimo Ensemble (Japan-Austria) and as a duo with Martin Lehnfeld (Wiener Symphoniker).

     In 2016 she was invited to perform with the Vienna International Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Robert Lehrbaumer. 

     In 2017 was invited to perform in the Alion Baltic International Music Festival in Tallinn, Estonia.

    In 2018 she participated in the renowned piano festival Clavicologne in Aachen, Germany. 

    In 2019 she was invited to perform at the Palacio Rioja and also to perform an interactive concert for the Fundación Padre Kepa Bilbao Laca in Viña Del Mar, Chile. In the same year Walkiria participated in the World Piano Meeting Festival in Coimbra, Portugal.

     In 2020 she signed an exclusive contract with the renowned Austrian label Gramola Records, which will produce her debut album of Beethoven sonatas.

    Season 2020-2021 projects include chamber music recitals in different formats and solo recitals in Austria, Venezuela, Chile, Turkey, USA and Spain.