She studied vocal technique with Pavla Zumrová and historically informed performance of early music with Irena Troupová (Academy of Early Music, Brno).

Since 2016 she has performed Mrs. Quickly (G. Verdi: Falstaff), Rooster (L. Janáček: The Little Vixen) and Háta (B. Smetana: The Bartered Bride) in Silesian Theatre Opava.

In National Moravian-Silesian Theatre Ostrava she performed La Zia Principessa and Zita (G. Puccini: Il Trittico) and Old Slovak Lady (L. Janáček: Fatum).

In 2019 she performed Ascalax (G. Ph. Telemann: Orfeo) at Vadstena, Sweden. She appeared as Curtio (A. Giannettini: Claudio Nerone, 2018) and Timante (J. A. Hasse: Demofoonte, 2019) at world heritage baroque theater in Český Krumlov for which she gained wider nomination for presigeous Thalia Award. At Olomouc Baroque Festivities she appeared as La Gloria (A. Vivaldi: La Gloria e Imeneo, 2018) and Giove (K. Ditters von Dittersdorf: Il Tribunale di Giove, 2019). In 2015 she performed Mrs. Baggot (B. Britten: The Little Sweep) at Theatro Verdi, Trieste.

She regularly sings with baroque ensembles Collegium 1704, Czech Ensemble Baroque, Hof-Musici and Ensemble Damian. In 2019 she performed Pergolesi's Stabat Mater with Ensemble Tourbillon, Petr Wagner and Hana Blažíková at Oude Muziek Festival Utrecht. In 2021 she co-established Lieder Society to promote lieder repretoire.

She cooperated with conductors including Marek Šedivý, Vojtěch Spurný, Jakub Klecker, Tomáš Brauner, Andreas Edlund, Roman Válek, Ondřej Macek, Chuhei Iwasaki and Valentina Shuklina. On stage she worked with directors Lubor Cukr, Jiří Nekvasil, Jana Andělová Pletichová, Tomáš Hanzlík and Clara Svärd.

She attended masterclasses with Emma Kirkby (Dartington International Summer School 2015), Chantal Santon Jeffery, Deda Cristina Colonna (Akademie Versailles 2018), Markéta Cukrová or Lorenzo Charoy (International Summer School of Early Music Valtice 2015).

She is the finalist of 7th Renata Tebaldi International Voice Competition 2017 (San Marino). She was awarded 3rd prize at Antonín Dvořák International Singing Competition 2019 in cathegory Lied (Karlovy Vary, Czechia), honorary mention at International Singing Competition Iuventus Canti 2017 (Vráble, Slovakia), in 2016 she won 1st prize at International Opera Competition Pražský pěvec (National Theatre, Prague).

She studied Musicology at Charles University in Prague (with focus on music of 17th and 18th century and cultural analysis of music) and violin at Jan Deyl Conservatory Prague.