• 1984 – 1990

    the Bratislava Conservatory (under Viktor Vavro)

  • 1990 – 1991

    the Conservatoire Marcel Dupré, Paris (under Ida Ribery)

  • 1991 – 1994

    the Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava (under Miloš Jurkovič)

  • 1990

    International performance course in Piešťany (under Miloš Jurkovič)

  • 1991, 1992

    International performance course in Piešťany (under Vladislav Brunner)

  • 1994

    The Musikforum Viktring-Klagenfurt (under Michael Martin Kofler)

  • 1995

    The TIJI/UNESCO Academy (under Vladislav Brunner)

  • 1997

    The Holland Music Sessions (under Auréle Nicolet and András Adorján)


  • since 1991

    member of the Slovac Philharmonic Orchestra


As a soloist, he has performed with the Slovak Philharmonic, the Solistes Européens Luxemburg, and the Bratislava Chamber Soloists, under a number of conductors (Bystrík Režucha, Christoph Campastrini, and Jack Martin Händler, amongst others). He regularly performs chamber music (for example, as a member of the Con media dell'Arte wind quintet).

Reviewers of Janošík have agreed that he is a talented and progressive musician, who continues to represent the zenith of performance art.

He taught the flute at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava from 1994 – 2004.