Born in Hodonín on 15.4.1969. She spent her childhood in Břeclav where she attended a music school (piano and singing). She studied at a grammar school in Břeclav and a secondary school of performing arts in Brno (1985-1989), specializing in singing (singing tutor Mgr. Jana Matyášová). She graduated from the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno (1989- 1995) – specializing in singing (singing tutor Doc. Jaroslava Janská). She was engaged in the operetta ensemble of the National Theatre Brno from the year 1995, and since 2004, she has been a member of the operetta ensemble of Brno City Theatre.
Concert activities in various genres (4 years with a brass band during her studies), concerts of operetta, opera, musical and film music (1920s- 1940s).
As a guest at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava she played the role of Musetta in G. Puccini’s opera La Bohéme, at Brno’s National Theatre she played the 2nd fairy in A. Dvořák’s Rusalka, she was the 2nd lady in W.A.Mozart’s Magic Flute and took the role of Frasquita in G.Bizet’s Carmen.
During her engagement in the operetta ensemble, she played the role of the Uličnice (Tomboy) in the comedy of the same name (Tobis-Špilar - Mírovský - Rohan, music by Jára Beneš), and the roles of Diana, Cupid and Venus in the operetta Orpheus in the Underworld (Jacques Offenbach). She took part in the Bernstein’s Mass project in 2001
She is artistically active not only in the Czech Republic but also in Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Japan.
In the year 2007, she appeared in the wider nominations for the Thalia Award for the role of Felicia in the musical The Witches of Eastwick.