Born in 1996 in Istanbul Deniz Ayşe Birdal started cello at the Istanbul University State Conservatory when she was 13. She received the first prize in the Rudolf Matz Strings Competition, and the second prize in the International Johan Andreas Stein Strings Competition; in the latter her program contained her own composition Sky-Cut. Continuing her education with Heidi Litschauer at the Mozarteum she also accepted to the Leopold Mozart Institute for Encouragement of Talented Students and studied with Jerome Pernoo from the Paris Conservatoire.

She participated in international festivals including Kaunas Young Musicians Festival, Menuhin Festival Gstaad String Academy, Euro Music Festival, Tignes Music Festival, ISA Music Festival, Kronberg Academy Cello Festival and Moskow Meets Friend organized by Vladimir Spivakov Foundation. She also attended masterclasses of Philippe Müller, Maria Kliegel, Michel Strauss, Ivan Monighetti, Jerome Pernoo, Jens Peter Maintz, Heidi Litschauer, Young Chang Cho, Maximiliam Hormung, Valentin Erben and Julius Berger. She performed Eduard Lalo’s Cello Concerto with Kaunas Philharmonic Orchestra in 2013. In 2014, she began to take part in the Live Music Now project by Yehudi Menuhin Foundation. In 2017, she took part as soloist in the Augsburg premiere of The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace by Karl Jenkins with soprano Isabell Münsch and actor Fred Strittmater.

She is interested in other disciplines of art and in mathematics as well as in music. She won the gold medal in the Ural-Altai Mathematic Olympics, and was awarded in the National Painting Competition for Youth by the Lions Club. One of her passions is improvisation; she gave concerts in which improvisation plays important role.