At the age of 4 she started playing piano and in 2012 she graduated from the Vilnius National M. K. Ciurlionis School of Arts. Guoda has been participating in different contests and intensively giving concerts since the age of 6. At the age of seven she gave a successful rendition of an A. Rauli Concerto in G major for Piano and Chamber Orchestra in Lithuania. On the stage she performs both as a soloist and as a brilliant member of chamber music ensembles. She is a winner of 17 international piano solo and chamber music competitions in Lithuania, Check Republic, Finland, France, Latvia and Estonia. Guoda was awarded 1st prizes in N. Rubinstein’s competition in Paris, the Austrian - German music contest “Klaviermusik”, as well as Polish music contest of F. Chopin in Vilnius. She was also awarded 1st prize and one year later a Grand Prix in the International Competition “Music without limits” in Druskininkai, Lithuania. Guoda is a winner of special prizes of all Vilnius Republic Balys Dvarionas’ Piano competitions she participated in. In 2007 Guoda became a recipient of M. Rostropovich Charity Support Foundation scholarship and had an opportunity to personally know maestro M. Rostropovich. In 2008 Guoda was invited to perform in Germany by another, famous Lithuanian pianist, Guoda Gedvilaite, and at that time they formed a piano duo and had concert tours in Germany and Lithuania. In Germany Guoda was performing for several times and had successful concerts in Frankfurt, Mannheim, Huttenfield and Bad Wildungen, where she shared the stage with famous international pianists Evgenia Rubinova, Oliver Kern, Petras Geniusas, Guoda Gedvilaite and Christopher Park. A German newspaper of Bad Wildungen wrote:
,, …Guoda Indriunaite is a young Lithuanian musician who has not only extraordinary piano technique, but also an amazing musical maturity.’’
Guoda Indriunaite had private lessons and master courses with many famous international professors, including: Igor Lazko, Nina Seriogina, Alexandr Toradze, Vera Nosina, Andrius Zlabys, Muza Rubackyte, Oliver Kern, Evgenia Rubinova, Martin Jepsen, Steven Osborne, William Fong and Richard Goode.
In 2014 Guoda got a place for a Bachelor degree, with a scholarship at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and since then she has been performing as soloist and piano duo partner in Italy, Scotland and UK, and at the moment studies at prof. Victor Sangiorgio's class.