In 2023, Suzuki Manami won First Prize in the piano division of the 92nd Music Competition of Japan and the Iwatani Prize (audience award). She also won the 47th PTNA Piano Competition Special Grand Prix and Audience Award in the same year. Suzuki was born in Osaka Prefecture, Japan, in 2002. She started playing the piano at the age of four. After graduating from the music department of Osaka Prefectural Yuhigaoka High School, Suzuki entered the Department of Instrumental Music (Piano Performer Course) at the Tokyo College of Music as a scholarship student. She is currently in her fourth year of the college. Suzuki won First Prize in the Hupfer Division of the 27th HUPFER Tosu Piano Competition. Fourth Prize in the piano division of the 32nd Takarazuka Vega Music Competition. Every year since 2020, she has appeared in the “Tokyo College of Music Piano Concert – By Piano Performers Course Outstanding Students –.“ Suzuki participated in the Hamamatsu International Piano Academy 2023.
In August 2023, she received the Special Grand Prix and Audience Award at the 47th PTNA Piano Competition, as well as the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award and the Steinway Award. In October of the same year, Suzuki won First Prize in the piano section of the 92nd Music Competition of Japan, the Iwatani Prize (audience award), Nomura Prize, Iguchi Prize, Kawai Prize, Miyake Prize, Argerich Arts Foundation Prize, and INPEX Prize. She has studied with Inagaki Chikako, Sato Yoshiaki, Ishii Rie, Nakada Mizuho, and Ishii Katsunori.