Pavla Radostová was born in 1989. Since the age of five, she has been singing with the family ensemble Musica Laetitia, which is mainly devoted to Baroque music. She began her musical education at the Antonín Dvořák Music School in Lipník nad Bečvou, where she studied singing as well as piano. She then continued her vocal studies at the Brno Conservatory in the class of MgA. Blanka Morávková, where she participated in Opera Studio projects. She is a graduate of the JAMU in Brno, where she studied with Natalia Romanová-Achaladze. During her studies, she regularly participated in Chamber Opera projects. As an choir member and solo singer, she regularly collaborates with acclaimed ensembles (Ensemble Opera Diversa, Czech Ensemble Baroque, Tupá Šídla, Musica Laetitia, Collegium 1704, Ensemble Inégal, Brno Philharmonic, Brno Contemporary Orchestra, BERG Orchestra, Musica Aeterna, etc.) and conductors (A. Liebreich, P. Veber, R. Válek, V. Luks, P. Šnajdr, M. de Rose, G. Tardon, W. Herbers, D. R. Davies, etc.). In cooperation with them, she has also participated in the Czech and world premieres of several works (E. F. Burian. Tulev: So Shall He Descend, P. Hora: River Call, J. Bons: Thirty Situations, F. X. Richter: Super Flumina Babylonis, L. Nota: I am the Princess of Fools, and others.) In 2018, she made her debut as Barena in Leoš Janáček's Jenůfa at the South Bohemian Theatre in České Budějovice. As a soloist, she has participated in the recording of several CDs (F. X. Richter: Super Flumina Babylonis; F. X. Richter: Te Deum; Musica Aeterna: Resonate et plaudite, …). In 2017, she won the 1st prize at the internal competition of the Summer School of Baroque Music in Holešov. She extends her education by regular participation in singing courses and workshops (Summer School of Baroque Music, Summer Music Academy Kroměříž, and others) under the guidance of leading Czech and international tutors.