Mezzo sopranist Edita Adlerova graduated from the Pardubice konservatory. Her graduation role was Carmen in the Plisen Theater J.K.Tyla in 1991, she became the youngest Carmen in the Czech opera history. She has won the Czech Music Fund award. Edita works closely with the Czech radio and television. Furthermore, she is a soloist of the Le grand théâtre du Puy du Fou in France.

Edita has devoted most of her career to concerts – she sings solo parts of oratorios and appears in programs with chamber orchestras. Edita is a member of the Prague Original Music Theater, where she excels in interpretation of works by Antonin Dvorak.  Edita, together with an outstanding sopranist Anna Hlavenkova, founded the Canto Dolce ensemble. She performs at important international festivals – Prague Spring, Smetana’s Litomysl, Strings Of Autumn, Trebon Nokturne, etc. Edita also works with renown Czech orchestras – the Prague Synphonic Orchestra FOK, the Prague Chamber Philharmony, the Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hradec Kralove Philharmonic Orchestra, the Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra, the Pardubice Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, the North Bohemia Philharmonic Orchestra Teplice, the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra Olomouc, the South Bohemian Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Ceske Budejovice, etc., as well as with prominent conductors -  Serge Baudo, Petr Altrichter, Leonardo Martinez, Jaroslav Krček, Charles Olivieri-Munroe, Jiří Petrdlík, Miriam Němcová, Jan Kučera, Leoš Svárovský, and Petr Vronský.  Edita has worked on chamber projects with excellent artists such as the pianist Sára Bukowski, the organist and the pianist Tomáš Hála or the guitarist Miroslav Žára. She collaborated on several CDs. Edita has performed in Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Greece, Poland, Slovakia, Rumania, Latvia, Moldavia, Spain, Morocco, Egypt and United Arab Emirates.

At the present time, Edita lives with her fiance, a sculptor, Vaclav Cesak in a picturesque countryside of the Brdy forest near Prague.

Translated by Václav Seitz