1960 – 1965
Comenius University Philosophical Faculty in Bratislava (musicology and musical education), 1969 title of PhDr.
1965 – 1968
methodologist in the Regional Enlightenment Centre in Banská Bystrica, later editor of the daily Smer in Banská Bystrica
1968 – 1978
deputy editor-in-chief of the magazine Hudobný život
1978 – 1986
secretary of the Commission of Concert Artists, later of the Commission of Musicologists in the Slovak Composers’ Union
1986 – 1988
dramaturge of the Chamber Opera of Slovak Philharmonia
1988 – 1990
press secretary of Slovak Philharmonia
1990 – 1999
deputy editor-in-chief of the magazine Slovenka
In musico-critical and theoretical activity her orientation was mainly towards musical theatre (operetta, musical, opera).
During her professional career she focused mainly on mapping and commenting on current musical life in Slovakia. She was one of the founding editors of the magazine Hudobný život, where she published many articles, reviews, studies, along with other periodicals and the daily press. She is the author of dozens of musico-verbal programmes for Slovak radio and scripts on music for Slovak Television.
In her book The Ways of the Operetta she offered a view of the history and contemporary state of this theatrical genre, and also of the Slovak musical. She faithfully remained with the issues of musical theatre, including in the memoir which she prepared together with Mária Kišonová-Hubová under the title Volali ma Mimi (They Called Me Mimi, 2001) and in a book on the leading dramatic soprano of the Slovak National Theatre Opera, Elena Kittnarová: Život na dvoch scénach (Life in Two Scenes, 2004).