From the age of eleven Daniela Roubíčková (b.1993) began studying the horn at the Prague Music Grammar School in the class of Vladimír Klánská. During this time she won first prize at the Competition of the Conservatories of the Czech Republic and second prize at the International Brass Competition in Brno. She studied with Bedřich Tylšar at the Prague Conservatory where she graduated in 2015, and subsequently at the Faculty of Music of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. She is currently taking a Master's in Dresden with Robert Langbein. She is active as an orchestral player in Prague, appearing with Philharmonia, Radio Symphony Orchestra, and at the National Theatre. She is also a founding member of the Alinde Quintet, awarded first prize at the Bucharest International Music Competition, and the BRASStet, winning the Jehu Competition in South Korea in 2019.