Marketa was born in 1996 in the Czech Republic.She started to play the violin when she was 5 years old.She then soon proceeded to take a part in the violin competitions in the Czech Republic.Her succeeding led to numerous performances with Zlin philharmonic orchestra and Philharmonia Hradec Kralove. Early on she also established herself as an orchestra musician when in 2012 she joined Prague chamber orchestra with which she often performed in Konzerthaus, Berlin and other prominent music halls. In 2014 Marketa started her studies at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire with Pavel Fischer.She also joined EUYO as a leader of youth orchestra that worked alongside the main EUYO orchestra when she was 16 years old.Ever since then, Marketa led school orchestras and worked closely with Michael Seal, Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla and Barry Wordsworth.In 2017 Marketa joined BRB for a few sit-in rehearsals after successfully auditioning for.Since 2016 Marketa has been performing with Cardiff Sinfonietta as a subprincipal 2nd violin.Currently she is completing her leadership scheme with the Hallé. Outside her orchestra activities, Marketa can be occasionally seen and heard as a solo violinist with orchestras from around the West Midlands such as New Ark orchestra or Beauchamp Sinfonietta.She also focused on chamber playing a lot.In her former leadership of her string quartet she played for Lake District summer music festival, Cheltenham festival, Ashford-revelations festival and in Birmingham Town hall.Not only she had the quartet, she also formed the piano trio with which they won the Sylvia Cleever prize in 2018. Marketa plays on Gand Luthier 1898 instrument of her own.