Alina Azario then decide to perfect her knowledge in Germany with pianist Evgeni Korolev at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg. After receiving his Diplom (Price) in 2010 with the best honors, she continued her advanced studies (Konzertexamen), and in 2014 obtained the first prize with "summa cum laude". Since 2010 and until now she has a teaching activity in the same university.
Alina Azario occurs in festivals such as "Piano aux Jacobins" (Toulouse, France), "Piano Fortissimo" (Elne, France), "Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival" (Germany), "MozartFest" (Würzburg,
Germany), "Kneipp-Musik-Festival" (Germany), "The Harmonies" (France), "Festival Mayanne" (France), "Festival Constantin Silvestri" Dilema Festival (Romania), the Festival of Puplinge (Switzerland) etc.
She played under the direction of conductors such as Ovidiu Balan, Dietmar Gräf (Germany), David Marcian, Zsolt Janko, Ovidiu Marinescu (USA), Emily Freeman Brown (USA), etc.
Alina Azario recorded for various radio stations: Deutschlandradio Kultur, Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Radio Romania Muzical, Radio Romania International, TVR International, etc.
In January 2011, Alina recorded with Renaud Capuçon and Berlin Score Orchestra soundtrack of the film "Poulet Aux Prunes" directed by Marjane Satrapi ( "Persepolis") and Vincent Paronnaud.
Passionate about chamber music, Alina Azario played with renowned musicians such as Renaud Capuçon, Alexandru Tomescu, Marina Chiche, Pierre Genisson, Adrien Boisseau, Alberto Menchen ... She has won the 1st prize at the International Piano Competition Citta di Stresa in Italy, the Special Jury Prize at the International Competition for Piano and Orchestra Cantu in Italy. In 2011 she was awarded the Hermann & Milena Ebel.
During his student years, Alina Azario had the support of the Ministry of Culture in France, the "Leistungstipendium" the Foundation "Oscar und Vera Ritter Stiftung" the "Alfred Toepfer Stiftung" Foundation between 2014 and 2016 she was one of eight artists to receive the "artistic exchange" of the prestigious foundation "Claussen-Simon-Stiftung".
In 2014 was released Alina Azario's first solo CD dedicated to Jean-Philippe Rameau and Debussy, recorded in partnership with the NDR radio and label A & A Records. This disc was named "Classical Album of the Year 2014" in Romania by RRM.
Alina Azario is the founder and artistic director of the Clara Haskil International Festival held every year in Sibiu, Romania