Miriam Nemcova began her conducting career at the age of sixteen with amateur choirs. After graduating from Prague Conservatory and the Prague Academy of Music in conducting and composition, she began working with professional ensembles, namely the Suk Chamber orchestra, Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra, Hradec Kralove Philharmonic, the Czech Radio Choir, and Prague Philharmonic Choir.
She continued her postgraduate studies under Prof. Rilling at the Bach Academy in Stuttgart and later in Paris. Upon her return she worked with opera companies in Prague and Liberec.
In 1993, following her successful presentation of Verdi's Otello with the Ostrava Opera, she was offered a position of a chorus master and conductor with the Prague State Opera. Since 1995 she has teached conducting at the Prague Conservatory and served as director of its symphony orchestra.
Miriam Nemcova's recent engagements include artistic directorship of the Praga Sinfonietta and the Vox Pragae Choir. Since 2001 she has been Conductor of the Hradec Kralove Philharmonic.