• 1973 – 1982

    Primary Arts School in Nové Mesto nad Váhom, piano (Elena Ukropcová)

  • 1982 – 1988

    Žilina Conservatory, piano (Ľudmila Kršková)

  • 1988 – 1994

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava, piano (Marián Lapšanský, Zuzana Paulechová-Štiasna)

  • 1995 – 1998

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava, PhD. studies (Ida Černecká)

  • 1991 – 1995

    participation in international performance master classes (e.g. Halina Czerny-Stefańska, Eugen Indjić, Ida Černecká, Ewa Bukojemska, Phi Shien-Chen, Kevin Kenner)

  • appearances with the Košice State Philharmonic

  • chamber coperation : Ida Černecká – pf (four-hand music) and vocalists Peter Dvorský, Martin Babjak

  • 1989 – 1990

    District Culture Centre in Bratislava, teacher

  • 1992 – 1996

    Primary Arts School in Trenčín, teacher

  • since 2001

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava assistant lecturer in piano music, didactics and methodology clases, as well as secretary of the Methodology Centre for arts education

  • since 1996

    Primary Arts School of Miloš Ruppeldt in Bratislava, teacher

  • cooperation with the Friends of the Classical Music Club in Trenčín – organisational and dramaturgic activities

František Pergler concentrates on solo piano performances, 4-hand piano, and performance on the hammer piano. He has appeared in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Poland, Italy, Spain, Bosnia and Hercegovina. He has collaborated with leading Slovak orchestras. In chamber music he collaborates with Ida Černecká (4-hand piano), the Moyzes Quartet, etc.


He is invited to lecture at performance master courses (L´Aquila (Italy), Marktheidenfeld (Germany), International Summer Academy in Bratislava etc.), and lectures and professional seminars for teachers in EPTA (European Piano Teachers Association).


"Pergler’s reliability and meticulous study of compositions translate into a thorough facture, detailed lines, with stress on delicately differentiated tones, sense of style and finally, efficient drawing of lines."
(Vladimír Čížik: Dictionary of Slovak Concert Art vol. I, Hudobné centrum, Bratislava 2002, p. 104-105)