• 1940

    graduated from Teacher Training Institute in Modra, 1949 state examination in piano at Brno

  • 1952 – 1955

    pedagogue at the School of Music in Brno-Vranovce

  • 1955 – 1959

    official responsible for musical institutions, musical education and professional musicians at the Congress of Unions of Cultural Employees in the Slovak Trades Union Council

  • 1959 – 1969

    inspector and afterwards head of the Music Department at the Commissariat of Culture (made notable contributions to the promotion of young concert artists, the inception of the Review of Young Concert Artists in Trenčianské Teplice, the foundation of the Circle of Friends of Art in Slovakia, and the development of symphony orchestras in Slovakia, especially in Košice)

  • 1960 – 1964

    Comenius University Philosophical Faculty in Bratislava

  • 1969 – 1971

    departmental assistant at the Department of Musical Education at the Pedagogical Faculty in Nitre

  • 1971 – 1981

    director of the State Philharmonia in Košice

In her research she focused on the issues of concert activity in Slovakia.

She is the author of a monograph on the representative Slovak symphony orchestra in the years 1949-1965, entitled Slovenská filharmónia (The Slovak Philharmonia, 1966) and a further monograph Ladislav Slovák – národný umelec (Ladislav Slovák – National Artist, 2002).

In published papers she considered the Review of Young Concert Artists in Trenčianské Teplice and evaluated the 15th yearly Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský Singing Competition. She is the author of the following studies: Podmienky vzniku Štátnej filharmónie v Košiciach (Circumstances of the Inception of the State Philharmonia in Košice,1999), and 20 rokov slovenského koncertného života (20 Years of Slovak Concert Activity, 1966).

She has prepared radio programmes devoted to issues of Slovak concert activity and to individual composers (Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský, Dezider Kardoš, Iris Szeghy).