Kamila Mazalová was born in Ostrava. After graduating from Janáček Conservatory and Comprehensive School, where she studied under associate professor Drahomíra Míčková, she went on to vocal studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Ostrava with the same teacher. She is currently a member of Collegium 1704, a Prague ensemble that, under its director Václav Luks, specializes in the works of J.D. Zelenka, brilliant Czech composer of the Baroque era. She also performs with Tiburtina Ensemble, which specializes in medieval music, especially Gregorian chant and medieval polyphony. As a soloist, Kamila Mazalová has performed at prestigious festival in the Czech Republic and around Europe. Other ensembles she collaborates with include Capella Mariana (Prague), Ensemble Phoenix Munich and Musica Aeterna (Bratislava). The repertoire of her duo with Monika Knoblochová (cembalo, fortepiano) mostly consists of classical and early romantic art songs (J.V. Tomášek, L. Koželuh, J. Haydn). In 2014, the two recorded a CD of J.V. Tomášek’s songs for Czech Radio. Mazalová’s experience with stage productions includes performances at Znojmo Music Festival (J. Haydn: The World on the Moon; A. Vivaldi: Dorilla in Tempe), National Moravian-Silesian Theater (A. Dvořák: Rusalka), National Theater Brno (B. Martinů: Julietta) and National Theater Prague (J. Zeyer: Radúz and Mahulena), as well as performances with Collegium 1704 (Ch.W. Gluck: Le cinesi).