A native of Mladá Boleslav, Kubisová started learning the violin at the age of eight with the acclaimed violin teacher Josef Novák, followed by studies at the Conservatoire in Prague with Prof. Vladimír Rejšek and the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Here she completed a master's degree under the guidance of Profs. Vladimír Rejšek and Jiří Tomášek, and studied chamber music with Antonín Kohout, the founder of the legendary Smetana Quartet.
During her studies she attended a number of international interpretation courses, for example, the Foundation Yehudi Menuhin France, Die Internationale Sommer-Akademie Pommersfelden and Sommerakademie Semmering and has successfully participated in a number of competitions, especially in chamber music. In 1991 she won the 1st prize and the W. A. Mozart Prize for best performance of Mozart's works in Dušek's Music Competition for the Young, in 1995 with the Trio Concertante the 2nd prize in the International Music Interpretation Competition Beethoven’s Hradec. She has released several solo and chamber recordings for Czech Radio.
In 1994 she became a founding member of the Prague Chamber Philharmonic, today the PKF- Prague Philharmonia, where she still plays in the first violins section.
She also regularly performs as a soloist and chamber musician. In 2016 she performed together with organist Aleš Bárta and mezzo-soprano Lucie Hilscherová at a memorial event and concert as part of the Prague Spring International Music Festival - Sukovy Křečovice; in 2019 she performed with the harpist Jana Boušková in a live television broadcast of the 56th Golden Prague International Television Festival closing ceremony.
She is a member of the Trio Concertante.
Her violin is from the workshop of Dalibor Bzirský, from 2011.
In addition to playing, for many years she has been devoting her time to educational activities; in 2010-2014 she was at the birth of the Harmonie Endowment Fund and since 2016 she has been teaching at the Adolf Voborský Elementary Art School in Prague.