Asuka Sezaki started her violin at the age of six. After studying under Prof. Chikashi Tanaka, Prof. Seiji Kageyama and the solo concert master Masafumi Hori, of NHK Symphony Orchestra, she graduated as top of the class of Tokyo National of Fine Arts and Music. She furthered her study with Prof. Regis Pasquier, Prof. Jean-Jacque Kantrow and Prof. Christian Ivaldi at the Concervatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (graduated school) under a full scholarship from the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan. She became Prize Winner of the 64th Japan Music Competition and won the 3rd place in the Leopord Morzart International Competition in 1995. In the following year of 1996, she also won the 4th place in the Henryk Wieniawski International Competition. 2nd place (without 1st) of the Trio di Trieste International Chamber Music Competition in 2003. Prize Winner of Forval scholarship Stradivarius Competition in 2006. She has won many other awards and scholarships.
Since her earlier years, she has given many recitals as well as concerts with orchestra such as Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Japan Phillharmonic Orchestra, NHK Symphony Chamber Music Orchestra, Sinfonie-Orchetra der Bayerischen Rundfunk (Germany), Bretagne Orchestra and Bourgone Chamber Orchestra (France). In addition to being a soloist in recitals and with orchestras, she is active in chamber music in Japan and abroad. Her debut CD of Eugene Ysaye: All sonatas for violin solo was released in April, 2007 and awarded special selection by "Record Geijutsu".