Ala Emet was born in Potsdam, Germany and moved to Moldova at the age of seven. The following year, she began her piano studies at the Eugen Coca’s Music School for gifted children. She received her Bachelor’s degree in piano performance from the G. Musichescku Kishinev State Conservatory, where she studied under E. Zak. After graduation, she remained at the conservatory, working as an accompanist for the Brass and Jazz Conductors Department, until relocating to Romania. There, she continued to work as a teacher and an accompanist at the Ploiesti College of Art. Ala was subsequently offered a position at the G. Enescku Bucharest National Music College, where she took part in various festivals, accompanying strings, brass, and percussion ensembles. At the same time, she worked at Bucharest Music Academy as an accompanist in a vocal class of E. Eneshescku. After moving to the United States, Ms. Emet worked as a private teacher and accompanist in New York and Arizona, and taught students of all ages and levels at the Tucson Music and Dance Academy.