• 1995 – 2001

    Bratislava Conservatory (under Ondrej Štefaňár)

  • 2003 – 2006

    Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno (under Martin Opršál and Pavel Šumpík)

  • 2004

    marimba lessons under the virtuoso, Katarzyna Mycka (also at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno)

  • 1999

    he performed successfully at the Melos-Étos international music festival, together with the American percussionist, Amy Lynn Barber

  • 2000/2001

    member of the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

  • since 2001

    timpanist of many ensembles (Capella Istropolitana, Percussion ensemble JAMU, Percussion ensemble Stuttgart, Melos-Étos Ensemble, Opera SND Orchestra ...)

  • since 2008

    first timpanist of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra

During his studies at the Academy in Brno, he played at a number of individual performances in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. His favourite instrument is the marimba, which has gained popularity in recent years, especially when played solo. He is a talented and exceptionally well-prepared performer, with the ability to influence a field of modern music that has a great deal of potential – i.e., percussion, and its wider application at concerts both in Slovakia and abroad.