The Czech soprano, Stanislava Mihalcová, began singing in her childhood (she was a member of the Žilina-based girls’ choir La Tortorella). She studied opera singing at the Conservatory in Žilina and subsequently at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (under the tutelage of Magdalena Hajóssyová). In 2005 she was on a study stay at the North Netherland Conservatory in Gronningen with Jan and Gerda van Zelm. She also attended Baroque music interpretation classes given by Marius van Altena and Julie Hassler, as well as international interpretation courses in Baden, Austria, with Magda Nador.
Stanislava Mihalcová has mainly performed Classicist and Baroque music, with songs forming a significant part of her repertoire. In 2005 she appeared within the project of Chamber Opera Prague and the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in W.A. Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro in the role of Susanna. She has primarily collaborated with ensembles focused on Baroque music, including Collegium Vocale 1704 (Director: Václav Luks), Musica Florea (Director: Marek Štryncl), Ensemble Inégal, Cappella Augustana (Director: Matteo Messori); and performed at festivals at home and abroad, including Prague Spring, Saint Wenceslas Music Festival, Festival de Sablé and La Chaise Dieu in France, and Festival de Música Sacra de Bilbao in Spain. She has also appeared as a guest at the National Theatre Opera in Prague (Národní divadlo).