Born in Slovakia, Daniela Baňasová studied at the University of Music in Bratislava. Between 2011-2014 she studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna in the class of KS Marjana Lipovšek. She is a multiple winner of various international competitions (SVA competition Mozarteum Salzburg, Dvořák competition Carlsbad, Schneider-Trnavský Singing Competition Trnava, Théâtre Lyrichorégra Competition Montreal). In 2009 she was invited to perform together with José Cura as part of a gala concert in Nancy (France). On the Slovak opera stages she has already appeared in Mozart's Cosi fan tutte (in the role of Dorabella), Le nozze di Figaro (Cherubino), La Clemenza di Tito (Annius) Purcell's Dido and Aeneas (Dido), Bizet's Carmen (Mercedes) and in other operas. 2013 performed she within Salzburger Festspiele in Shakespeare / Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream. 2014 and 2015 followed other engagements at the State Opera Brno in the Czech Republic (Martinů's "Miracle of Our Lady"), at the Teatro Comunale in Belluno in Italy (Mozart's "Don Giovanni"), in 2016 at the Teatro di Verdi Trieste in Italy ("Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss). In Agust 2016 she performed Verdi Oberto in Heidenheimer Opernfestival in Germany.
In 2017 she dubuted in Cavalliera Rusticana as Lola in summer opera festival Peccioli (Pisa). In September 2017 she was invited for an Gala concert Maria Callas Memorial in Teatro Grecco Taormina (Sicily). 
Lastly she finished an production in Teatro La Fenice - F. Lehár - Die lustige Witwe (february 2018).
As a soloist she has performed worldwide with orchestras such as the Slovak Bohdan Warchal Chamber Orchestra, the Viva Musica Festival Orchestra, the Orchestre symphonique et lyrique de Nancy, the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra Sinfonica de Cascais, the Orchestra Akademik Baskent, the Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de Mexico. Daniela Baňasová is giving regularly solo concerts in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Mexico, China, Canada and Turkey. Her repertoire includes operas, songs and oratorios.