Between the years 1987 and 1993 she studied violin at the Prague Conservatory in the class of Pavel Kudelásek. She continued her studies at the Faculty of Education of Charles University. Since then she has been engaged in interpretation of contemporary music and in teaching at several schools.
In 2002 she co-founded the chamber ensemble Konvergence, where she performs both Czech and world premieres of major works (e.g. Czech premiere of G. Crumb’s Black Angels, etc.). During many years of cooperation she has participated in making numerous recordings, mainly for the Czech Radio Prague, profile CDs of the association Konvergence or the authorial CD “Towards kindness” by O. Štochl.
As a chamber musician she performed at major festivals of contemporary music – such as the Prague Spring Festival (2009), the Exposition of New Music Brno (2004), Unerhörte Musik Berlin (2007), Mélos-Éthos Bratislava (2003) and others.