Born in Ostrava, her musical studies began as a violinist. She attended the Janacek Conservatory in Ostrava and later the Institute of Art Studies at the University of Ostrava, studying violin and singing in the class of doc. Drahomíra Míčková.
Currently she sings with the Prague ensemble Collegium 1704, which under the artistic leadership of Václav Luks presents namely works of Czech Baroque genius J. D. Zelenka. At the National Theatre in Prague, the ensemble collaborates in the production of Radúz and Mahulena directed by J. A. Pitínský (music Vít Zouhar). As a soloist of the ensemble she has performed at prestigious festivals of Europe (La Chaise-Dieu, Sable, Pontoise, the Festival Oude Muziek, etc.), and participated in numerous recordings of Collegium 1704, as J. D. Zelenka: Officium defunctorum & Requiem (2011), Responsoria (2012), J. S. Bach: Mass in B Minor (2013).
Apart of Collegium 1704, Kamila collaborates with Tiburtina Ensemble (B. Sojková), Ensemble Phoenix Munich (J. Frederiksen) and Musica Aeterna (P. Zajíček).
In the spring of 2009 and 2011 she appeared in Janacek Opera House in Brno as a Small Arab, Young Sailor and Chasseur in Julietta by Bohuslav Martinů in direction of J. Nekvasil.
Together with harpsichordist and hammerklavier player Monika Knoblochová, Kamila presents songs of Classicist period (V. J. Tomášek, L. Koželuh, J. Haydn), which led in 2014 to recording of V. J. Tomášek´s songs for the Czech Radio.
In autumn 2011, she won a prestigious Audience Award at the international singing competition in Froville, France.
Since 2008, she has been teaching solo singing at the Jan Deyl Conservatory in Prague.