• 1987 – 1992

    Pedagogical Faculty of Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Prešov

  • 1992 – 1994

    member of the Tralala Band, involved in fusion music

  • 1993, 1994

    performed with the band at the FIMU (Festival International de Musique Universitaire) in Belfort (France)

  • 1993

    foundation of the AMC Trio (Peter Adamkovič – piano, Martin Marinčák – bass guitar, Stano Cvacinger – drums, Miloš Železňák – guesting on guitar), with a mainstream orientation

  • 1994

    the launch of Interface (Martin Marinčák – bass guitar, Piotr Olszewski – guitar (Poland), Jozef Eliasz – drums (Poland)); member of the Cassovia Jazz Quartet (Martin Marinčák; Miloš Železňák; Gejza Szabados – drums); member of a Prešov-based big band

  • 1995 – 1996

    Music Fund scholarship

  • 1997

    member of the Acoustic Jazz Trio (Adamkovič, Železňák, Marinčák) and Miloš Železňák's fusion formation No More Jazz (Peter Cardarelli, Peter Adamkovič, Miloš Železňák, Martin Marinčák, Ľubomír Dvorščák, Miro Ochotnický) – with No More Jazz, he toured Slovakia and subsequently joined Cassovia Jazz (Košice, 1998)

  • 2003

    received the Ladislav Martoník Award for organising jazz events in Prešov, for his pedagogical activities in the field of jazz, and for his playing