Lenka Cafourková Ďuricová graduated from the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno with Professor Natálie Romanová-Achaladze as her tutor. She furthered her voice education by participating in Master Classes led by Peter Dvorsky, Gabriela Beňačková and Regina Renzow Jürgens.
As early as in 2010, still a student, she was invited to perform as a soloist at a prestigious concert for young talents in Vienna entitled „Morgenstern“. In 2011 she sang Pamina in the Brno National Theatre in a Czech fairytale Papageno plays the magic flute (based on the famous Mozart opera). During her studies she sang the parts of Cinderella in Martinu’s Comedy on the Bridge, Angelica in Puccini’s Suor Angelica or Mařenka in Smetana’s Bartered Bride. She made her debut also with the role of Mařenka in the Moravian theatre in Olomouc, based on which she was then offered the part of Vendulka in Smetana’s The Kiss (2015).
In 2014 she sang the part of La Folie in a comic opera Platée by a French baroque composer Jean Philipp Rameau at a famous Znojmo Music Festival and gained a wider Thalia award nomination for that role. She returned to the same festival in 2016 as Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni alongside Adam Plachetka.
Lenka Cafourková Ďuricová frequently appears in concerts and recitals. SInce 2011 she has collaborated with the Czech Ensemble Baroque (specializing in period-instrument interpretation), since 2015 with Ensemble Inégal and since 2017 also with a baroque orchestra Collegium 1704 based in Prague. In 2017 she made her first appearance at the Prague Spring festival. Her major artistic credits include a successful concert tour in China (2016).