• 1957 – 1963

    Conservatory in Bratislava, organ (Irma Skuhrová)

  • 1963 – 1968

    Academy of Performing Arts, organ (Ferdinand Klinda)

  • 1981 – 1987

    Public Arts School in Bratislava, teacher

  • 1994 – 1999

    Church Conservatory in Bratislava, founder of a church ensemble and organ music teacher

  • 1987 – 1994

    secretary of the Concert artists section of the Slovak Union of Composers and Concert Artists

  • since 1992

    organiser of the Slovak Historic Organs festival (previously in cooperation with Ferdinand Klinda)

Participation at international performers’ classes (e.g. Flor Peeters).

Solo performances with Slovak orchestras (Košice State Philharmonic, Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina) led by conductors Bystrík Režucha and Leoš Svárovský. Chamber music cooperation: Peter Hanzel – fg, Kamil Roško – tr, Eva Blahová – ms, Magdaléna Blahušiaková – s, Hana Štolfová-Bandová – ms, a.

Recordings and journalistic work for the Slovak Radio – author of programmes mixing music and spoken word.

Co-organiser (with Marián Lapšanský) of the Central-European Music Festival in Žilina and initiator of the concert series Music at the Castle held in Bratislava.


"Kamrlová’s performances are characterised by femininity and elegance, by a certain type of revolt against stern, scholastic and machine-like expression, distance in build-up, as well as by firm technical background. She is able to make her emotions subordinate to the style and the requests of the author and the piece." (Vladimír Čížik: Dictionary of Slovak Concert Art vol. I)