• 1959

    graduation at Conservatory in Bratislava (voice – T. Tessler)

  • since 1959

    soloist of the Opera of the Slovak National Theatre

  • 1962 – 1965

    regular guest of the Opera of the State Theatre in Brno

  • 1966 – 1969

    engagement in the Opera in Cologne

  • 1979/1980

    engagement in the Opera in Ljubljana

His most significant opera characters at the Opera of the Slovak National Theatre: Svätopluk (Svätopluk), Štelina (Katrena), Don Basilio (Barber de Seville), Sarastro (Magic Flute), Chrudoš (Libuša), Kecal (Bartered Bride), Konchak (Prince Igor), Gremin (Eugene Onegin), Rocco (Fidelio), Mefisto (Faust), Count Štefan Pongrácz (The Siege of Bystrica).

He cooperated with Slovak Radio and Television in Bratislava (opera guides, film, respectively television adaptations of operas), and a selection of his repertoire is recorded on LP. As a concert artist he introduced himself in several oratorial compositions (in cooperation with the Slovak Philharmonic).

He performed in Hungary, Poland, Austria, former Soviet Union, Italy, Germany, and Greece.