Ida Fišerová was born in Teplice. In 1995 she graduated from the Dance Conservatory in Prague, where she studied under the tutelage of Prof. Aneta Voleská and Pavel Ždichynec. In 1995 she joined Prague’s National Theatre, where she was a member of the ballet company until 2004. She portrayed a number of roles of both the classical and modern repertoire. The most noteworthy include: Pas de quatre and Tarantella in Swan Lake, the Spring Fairy in Cinderella, the She-Devil Doll, the Chinese and Russian Dance in Yuri Grigorovich’s The Nutcracker, the Infanta in Isadora Duncan, the Waitress in Psycho within Libor Vaculík’s mixed bill, the Fairy of Generosity and Little Red Riding Hood in Boris Bregvadze’s The Sleeping Beauty, the title role in Jiří Kylián’s The Child and Magic. She also danced in Petr Zuska’s choreographies Among the Mountains and Ways 03, and performed the Little Courtesan in John Cranko’s The Taming of the Shrew. At the J. K. Tyl Theatre in Pilsen she portrayed the role of Eros in the ballet Don Quixote.
In 2000 she began studying for a master’s degree in dance pedagogy at the Dance Department of the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. After graduating, she started to work at the Dance Conservatory, teaching classical dance first-year students. Since 2006 she has been the secretary at the Artistic Administration of the National Theatre Ballet.