Martina Komínková plays recorder since childhood, and after graduating in flute from the Conservatory in Brno, she devoted herself professionally. She visited courses and seminars such as the Summer School of Early Music in Prachatice, and took private lessons in Holland with Heiko ter Schegget (Utrechts Conservatorium). She graduated from Masaryk University in the Theory and Practice of Ancient Music. She completed an course with Peter Holtslag at Hochschule für Music und Theater Hamburg and continued her studies with him at the Akademia Muzyczna in Cracow, where she earned a master’s degree. Afterwards, she studied recorder with Carin van Heerden at Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität Linz (2011–2013). Since 2001, she teaches at Veveří Music School, Brno, and since 2009 recorder as main subject at Brno Conservatory. She passes her experience on to other music pedagogs through Brno Conservatory’s “Wind Saturdays” (since 2009) and the summer courses “Bystřická letní fletna” (since 2010).
She performs in solo concerts as well as with chamber ensembles and orchestras at home and abroad. In addition, she performs on baroque and renaissance traversos (Bohemia renaissance consort – Tourdion). She performs regularly with the recorder quartet Flautas de Colores, with whom she recorded the CD Pall Mall in 2014. She has participated in various projects, particularly interesting was a cooperation with Capella Cracoviensis (2012, 2013). She performed with Flautas de Colores in the Bach Organ Festival Brno, in Barbara Maria Willi’s concert series, and in Weimar.