Lenka Hebr was born in Czechoslovakia where she had her first piano lesson at the age of five. Already at age six she won several piano and voice competitions. She continued her eduation in both piano and voice at the conservatory in Mährisch Ostrau and later at the Academy of Arts in Prag. She studied among others with Milada Slachtova, Jan Panenka and Peter Toperczer. She participated in numerous piano and chamber music competitions and is a prize winner of the Beethoven Piano Competition and Janácek Chamber Music Competition.

In 1986 she was soloist with the Janácek Philharmonic Ostrau with Rimski-Korsakow’s Piano Concerto in C-Sharp Minor. 

She moved to Austria in 1989 and first worked at the State Theatre in Linz before starting as a répétiteur at the State Theatre in Salzburg until 2002. There she was soloist in several ballet productions from Peter Breuer including “Der Gottgeliebte”, “American Rhapsodie”, und “Tango d´amore”.

Her great love of operetta has given her the opportunity to concertize in Japan, Portugal, Luxemburg, Spain, Germany and in the Czech Republic.

Since 2003 she teaches in the opera class of the University Mozarteum Salzburg.