Leading Czech soprano Irena Troupová first won international renown in the field of historically informed performance of old music. Since the 1990s, when she lived in Berlin, she has performed on stages all around Europe, has cooperated with T. Hengelbrock, H. Arman, J. Rifkin, the ensemble Orpheon and others, in the Czech Republic with J. Tůma, B. M. Willi, M. Knoblochová, the ensembles Ensemble Tourbillon, Musica Florea and many others. She gradually extended her repertoire to include romantic and modern songs and opera works. She has made an appearance in the cycles of FOK, Czech Philharmonic and PKF, with the Pilsen Philharmonic and Hradec Králové Philharmonic Orchestra, repeatedly at the Prague Spring, Janáček May and others. She participated in the internationally recognized recording of the opera by B. Marinů “Le jour de bonté” for the Arco Diva label. Under this label she also released a collection of songs by Viktor Ullmann (Schwer ist’s, das Schöne zu lassen) and orchestral songs by Geraldine Mucha. She cooperates with ensembles for contemporary music (BCO with P. Šnajdr, BERG Orchestra, Prague Modern, Konvergence and others) and with contemporary composers – M. Kopelent, J. Dušek, P. Koeszeghy, M. Štědroň and others. She also dedicates herself to the legacy of interwar authors (Schulhoff, von Hannenheim, Herschkowitsch and others) and gives concerts both in the Czech Republic (recital Prague Spring 2018) and abroad (Bayreuth, Berlin, Munich).