Rui Ozawa, Japanese saxophonist, begins her studies at the University of the music of Senzoku in Japan and later she integrates the CRR of Cergy-Pontoise (France).
She obtaines her Master's degree “Mention très bien” unanimously and Master of chamber music (Ensemble Rayuela) degree “Mention très bien” unanimously with congratulations of jury in Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP).
She has won the 2nd prize of the international Competition "Japan Wind and percussion", the prize of honor in the Competition Léopold Bellan,the 2nd prize of the Saxophone Competition of Dreux, the 3rd prize of the Saxophone Competition of Andorra and the 2nd prize of the Saxophone Competition of Adolphe Sax in Dinant Belgium (highest ranking of female).
Currently, she is in 3rd cycle of contemporary and creations DAI (performance diploma) in Paris Conservatory, she teaches at the CRC of Acherès Ville (Ile-de-France).
She is member of Rayuela Ensemble, Parero Saxophone Quartet and Fila Alba Ensemble.