She was focused on the young generation of performers, her attention was given to the recording and promoting the Košice State Philharmonic, Košice Quartet and individuals who lived and worked in Košice. She encouraged composers to create original new works. She co-worked on live stream of concerts in Košice, e.g. Festival Košice Music Spring as well as the concert of well-known tenor singer Luciano Pavarotti in Košice. She has worked with important personalities of Slovak music culture: conductors Ľudovít Rajter, Ladislav Slovák, Bystrík Režucha; soloists Ivan Sokol, Peter Toperczer, Marián Lapšanský; with composers Ladislav Holoubek, Jozef Grešák, Jozef Podprocký, Gejza Toperczer and others. From several foreign business trips she brought new information and material for broadcasting, eg. about Anna Poláková from Austria, Štefan Margita from Czech Republic, Vladimír Čuchran from Finland.
She was also a music critic, reviewer and publicist in Slovak specialized press (Hudobný život / Music Life; Slovenská hudba / Slovak Music) and national news media (SME, Pravda, Večer Korzár). She participated in international musicological conferences, seminars and meetings. She was a member of juries of various musical focus. She received major awards at international radio competitions in the Czech Republic and Italy. In 2002 she got the Award for the Development of Radio in the occasion of 75th anniversary of broadcast in Košice. In 2007 and 2012 she received thank you letter from Ministry of Culture of Slovak Republic. In 2013 she received the Plaque of the Mayor of Košice for passionate mapping of musical life in Košice and significant contribution in the field of music journalism, musicology and radio music broadcasting.