• 1990 – 1996

    Žilina Conservatory (Eva Kudjová)

  • 1996 – 2001

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava (Cyril Dianovský, Ida Černecká)

  • 2001 – 2005

    Pedagogical Faculty of Comenius University in Bratislava, postgraduate study (Stanislav Zamborský)

  • 2001 – 2002, 2004 – 2006

    Academy of Performing Arts, bachelorate study of musical theory

  • 2002 – 2004

    Royal Conservatoire Gent, Belgium (piano – Daan Vandewalle, chamber playing – Marcel Lequeux)

  • 2004 – 2005

    Orpheus Institut in Ghent, Belgium, postgraduate study of chamber playing together with Ivan Šiller as a piano duo (Jan Michiels)

  • 2005

    a prestigious year’s stipend at the European Center of Contemporary Art Hellerau (ECCAH), Dresden (pianist of the ECCAH ensemble in a project for the Dresden Days of Contemporary Music 2006)

  • 1994 – 1996

    International performers’ courses in Piešťany (Pierre Jasmin, Eugen Indjić and Lazar Berman)

  • 2000

    stipend for the International Sommerakademie Prag-Wien-Budapest in Baden, Austria (György Nádor, Peter Toperczer)

  • 2003

    Week of Chamber Music Ghent, Belgium (Marcel Lequeux)

  • 2003

    Ostrava Days of New Music, Czech Republic (Zsolt Nagy, Peter Kotík, Vladimír Bokes, Fryderyk Rzewski, Phill Niblock, Alvin Lucier, Christian Wolff, Josef Kubera)

  • 2003

    performers’ seminar at Orpheus Institut in Ghent (Alexej Ljubimov)

  • 2004

    master courses in contemporary solo and chamber music, Gent (Jan Michiels)

  • 2004

    stipend of the  Internationale Musikinstitut Darmstadt for the Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik Darmstadt (Kaya Haan, Nicolas Hodges, Ueli Wiget – Ensemble Modern)

  • 2005

    stipend of the Duchy of  Luxemburg for the Cours Internationaux de Pérfectionnement Musical Luxembourg (Dana Protopopescu)

  • 2005

    stipend of the foundation of the Centre for Contemporary Art and  Kulturkontakt Wien for „arTogether seminar“

Bálešová Mudroňová’s principal field of interest, apart from solo literature, is the performance of chamber music, especially contemporary work. She performs in a piano duo with Ivan Šiller and in the Trio Neue Musik ensemble with Mária Mártonová-Kormanová (ac) and Monika Duarte Štreitová (fl). She regularly participates in festivals at home and abroad. Countries where she has appeared in concert include Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Austria, Belgium, Holland, and Germany. She collaborates actively with contemporary Slovak and foreign composers. She has made recordings for Slovak Radio, Czech Radio Ostrava and Radio RBB 3 Germany.

Andrea Bálešová Mudroňová is an initiator and organiser of the international music project Bridge and a co-founder and co-organiser (to 2006) of the projects SPACE and Gallery of Music, Nitra.