1978 – 1984
Conservatory in Žilina, piano (Anton Kállay)
1984 – 1989
Academy of Music and Drama in Bratislava, piano (Miloslav Starosta)
studies at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki
1986 – 1992
external cooperation in the class of Ida Černecká Sen. at the Conservatory in Bratislava
1992 – 1997
cooperation with vocalist teachers Peter Mikuláš and Alain Nonato at International Performers’ Classes in Piešťany
position of a teacher of piano music at the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Music and Drama in Bratislava
1999 – 2000
guest Professor of piano music at the Catholic University Hyosung of Taegu in South Korea
associate Prof. of piano music at the Academy of Music and Drama in Bratislava
His concert activity abroad has been particularly rich (Germany, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Italy, Netherlands, Hungary, Vietnam, South Korea, USA, Argentina). He has appeared in several national and international festivals (Bratislava Music Festival 1994, 1995, 1998, 2000, Melos-Ethos 1995, 1997, New Slovak Music 1992, 1994, Carlsbad Young Podium 1992, Young Concert Artists’ Festival of Five Countries in Žilina 1991, Musica Nobilis Poprad 1996 and others). As a soloist he has performed with almost all Slovak and several foreign orchestras (Beethoven Halle Orchestra Bonn, Hyosung Taegu University Orchestra in South Korea).
Buranovský has also been in demand as a partner for instrumentalists and vocalists, especially in duos (Alexander Jablokov, Peter Michalica, Juraj Čižmarovič, Tibor Kováč; Dalibor Karvay, Polish cellist Lukáš Szyrner, vocalists Elena Holičková, Hana Štolfová-Bandová, Silvia Sklovská, Ivan Ožvát, Mikuláš Doboš and many others).
His solo repertory focuses predominantly on key romantic piano pieces and on 20th century music, including works of Slovak composers. He has, moreover, an exquisite knowledge of chamber (especially duos) instrumental music (violin, cello), piano trios, as well as songs, arias and last but not least, operetta and musicals.