Iidamari begun her violin studies with Nikolai Fadeev at the Tampere Conservatory at the age of five. From 2019 to 2021 she was part of the Vocational Qualification in Music at the Helsinki Conservatory, a program for students, who are aiming to become professional musicians. Her teacher at the conservatory was Petri Aarnio. At the autumn of 2021 Iidamari begun her bachelor’s studies at the Berlin Universität der Künste under professor Mark Gothoni and also at the Sibelius Academy with Petri Aarnio. Iidamari was a member of the Violin academy during 2015–2016 where her teachers were Janne Malmivaara, Elina Vähälä and Ilja Grubert. She has taken part in multiple master courses by Professor Joel Schmirnoff, Jamn Repko, Per Enokson, Jari Valo, Mark Gothóni and Bad Leonfelde. Iidamari has won first prize in the international Kaunas Sonorum competition in 2013 in Lithuania, Giovani Musicisti 2014 competition in Italy and Juhani Heinonen violin competition for 13- to 15-year-olds in 2019. She also has many other prizes from different violin competitions. Iidamari has performed as a soloist in front of various orchestras, i.e. Tampere Philharmony and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Her chamber music piano partner has been for years pianist Naoko Shibayama-Aarnio. Iidamari Ahonen plays Pierre & Hippolyte Silvestre -violin from 1843, owned by the OP Art Foundation.