Milyausha Tamindarova born in 1960 in Kazan. In 1986 she graduated from the Kazan State Conservatory, and in 1990 — got post-graduation there. By now, she teaches at the Choral conducting faculty.
During 6 years she was choirmaster of the Student Choir of the Conservatory. At 1994 she became a director of this choir and also worked at the Choral conducting faculty at the Kazan Music College.
In 1997, she became a director of the Chamber Choir organized from the Opera Studio. Under her leadership, the Choir with the Russian National Orchestra (conductor — Mikhail Pletnev), performed Getti’s «[Жанна и колокола]" cantata first time. With the Symphonic Orchestra of the Ministry of Defense (conductor — Viktor Afanasyev) — «1812 cantata» by Tchaikovsky.
In 2000, the Сhoir performed at the International Sofia Gubaidulina Festival of Music, singed «Hallelujah». Milyausha Tamindarova got prize for best conduction at the International Choral Music Competition in Prague.
Milyausha Tamindarova also a singer. As a soloist, she participated in the «Requiem» and «C-dur messa» by Mozart, «[Месса-Терезия]" и «B-dur messa» by Haydn.
She participated in different opera tours to USA, Germany, Sweden, Czech Republic.
In 2007 Milyausha Tamindarova was awarded by the title «Honored Artist of the Republic of Tatarstan».