The Czech pianist and music teacher, Dagmar Baloghová (maiden name: Pechová), graduated from the gymnasium in Jičíně (1940-1948). She studied piano with Ilony Štěpánové-Kurzové at AMU (1948-1952), where she worked as an assistant. Already during her srudies she began touring as a music scholar and artistic exchanges. In 1951 she received an honorable mention at the Smetanově Competition, and in 1955 participated in the Chopin Competition in Warsaw.
Dagmar Baloghováís repertoire is focused particularly on the composers of the 19th century, including Franz Liszt, Frédéric Chopin, César Franck, Johannes Brahms and Smetana, and the 20th century. She gave the Czech premiere of Sergei Prokofievís Piano Concerto No 2 in G minor, Op 16, and recorded it with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karel Ancerl. She is still active as a piano pedagogue in Prague.