• 1980 – 1986

    Conservatory Bratislava (Ľudmila Sawiczová)

  • 1988

    private studies in Prague (Karel Patras)

  • 1988, 1989

    International interpretation courses in Keszthely, Hungary (Aristid von Würtzler, Sylvia Kowalczuk)

  • 1989 – 1993

    Academy of Drama and Performing Arts in Bratislava (Kristína Nováková, Ľudmila Sawiczová)

Adriana Antalová interprets solo and chamber pieces including the flute, violin, viola, and cello. In chamber music, her partners include Peter Michalica, František Magyar, Eugen Prochác, Cyril Šikula, and others. She worked with conductors Zdeněk Bílek, Ladislav Holásek, Miloš Machek, Jan Rozehnal, Toshiyuki Shimada, and Bohdan Warchal. As a soloist or chamber artist she performed at several festivals (7th World Harp Congress in Prague, 1999; Days of Slovak Culture in Slané, Music Under the Diamond Vault in Kremnica, Music Summer at the Slanický Island of Arts, NSH, Melos-Ethos, Festival of Nice Music in Banská Štiavnica, and more). She has been a recording artist with the Slovak Radio, the Diskant label, Slovart, and Vienna Modern Masters (VMM).

"Adriana Antalová’s wide repertoire is a result of twenty years of musical collaboration in a variety of instrument combinations. As a soloist, she presented concert and solo pieces of harp literature of various styles. She dedicates special attention to contemporary Slovak and foreign music and enjoys performing works of Slovak composers, many of which she premiered." (Slovník slovenského koncertného umenia II., Hudobné centrum, Bratislava 2004, s. 43-45.)