Irina Rostomashvili holds a first violin section position with the Vox Amadeus Orchestra and performs with the Philadelphia String Quartet. She was born and raised in Tbilisi, Georgia. She was accepted to Tbilisi's Zakaria Paliashvili Central Music School for Gifted Children in 2006. As a student, she participated in multiple music festivals and competitions including the 2015 Future Stars festival, where she was awarded the Diploma for Best Performance and the 2017 National Music Competition of Georgia, where she won the first prize. Rostomashvili has performed multiple times with the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre Orchestra, Georgian Philharmonic Orchestra and Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra as a soloist. In addition, she participated in the Telavi International Music Festival as an orchestra member in the 2017-2018 season.

In 2021, Rostomashvili was selected by Temple University’s Instrumental Studies Department to be the recipient of the Helen Kwalwasser Prize and Garrigues Foundation Scholarship. She was the also winner of the Temple University Concerto Competition in 2021 and performed the Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Temple University Symphony Orchestra. During the summer of 2021, she was invited to perform solo and chamber concerts in San Diego and Los Angeles at the iPalpiti festival. In 2022, she made her solo debut with the Ambler Symphony Orchestra and the Old York Symphony Orchestra. She participated in the Curtis Institute internship and worked in the Curtis Symphony Orchestra. Rostomashvili is a special arrangement violin teacher at Temple Music Prep and in 2023 June, she was awarded the teaching artist fellowship program from the Classical Music Institute.

Rostomashvili was recently recognized as an Ovation Award finalist for her inspiration and outstanding leadership in music; a Springboard Grant recipient for pursuing excellence in the performing arts; and she joined the Opus Four String Quartet.

In 2018, Rostomashvili was accepted into the Tbilisi State Conservatoire for a bachelor of music in performance, and by early 2019 was the associate concertmaster in the Tbilisi Youth Orchestra. She was selected as a concertmaster of the Tbilisi State Conservatory's student orchestra during her freshman year. In 2019, Rostomashvili participated in the International Summer Academy in Castelnuovo Di Garfagnana, Italy, where she won first prize in the International String Competition, Senior Division. She is currently in her final semester of completing her bachelor of music in violin performance at Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance, studying with Dr. Eduard Schmieder. Irina also pursued an Artist Diploma at Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance.

Rostomashvili is passionate about teaching and her students are successfully auditioning for competitions, festivals and youth orchestra programs. She is dedicated to training technical excellence while teaching with love and kindness in music.

Rostomashvili is married to violinist Akhmed Mamedov and they live in Philadelphia, PA.