She works as a soloist, chamber musician and professor at the Prague Conservatory. She is a laureate of the Prague Spring 1991 competition, winner of the Harmony Awards for the best recording of 2001, Hudební rozhledy, and others.
In 2014, she performed as a soloist with the Tchaikovsky Orchestra in Moscow under the baton of the famous conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev. You could also see it on TV broadcasts at the Trebbia Awards or at the Czech Philharmonic’s open air concert with Jiří Bělohlávek. In 2015, Czech Television presented the documentary My Attempt at a Master Opus, in which Ludmila Peterková presents Kukal’s Clarinet.
The year 2016 was marked by Mozart’s clarinet concert, which she performed on the basset clarinet in its original version a total of nine times. In addition to Czech cities (Pilsen, Hradec Králové, Olomouc), Stuttgart and Würzburg (Mozart Festspiele) were also present.
She has already recorded 14 titles for various record companies, the best-selling being Playful Clarinet. She was invited to the last CD by the singer Eva Garajová, with whom she introduced the little-known Stravinsky’s Cat Lullabies.
She has been teaching at the Prague Conservatory since she was 27, with players in Italy, France, Poland, Korea, Japan, the USA and Egypt passing through her hands. In West Bohemian Domažlice, it also organizes its own summer clarinet and chamber music courses, the tenth year in 2017.
As a moderator, she accompanied the television recordings of the concerts of the Dvořák Music Festival in Prague, in the past it was also the programs Terra Musica and ExpoHlednice. She also played a small role in the TV series Hop or trop.