• 1970 – 1977

    Bratislava Conservatory (under Zdeněk Zatloukal and Ján Budzák)

  • 1977 – 1981

    Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (under Ján Budzák)

  • 1999 – 2005

    doctorate studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (under Ján Budzák)

  • 1977, 1978

    member of the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra and Slovak National Theatre Orchestra

  • since 1979

    member of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra

  • 1983/1984

    member of the Baghdad Symphony Orchestra

  • 1999

    the main organiser of the first French horn performance competition in Slovakia

  • since 2000

     Vice-President of the Slovak Union of Professional Musicians

As an orchestra member, he has occasionally worked at the Košice State Philharmonic, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra (which continues today), and the Baghdad Symphony Orchestra. He is famed for his regular performances with many chamber orchestras and ensembles, as well as a soloist: such as the Bohdan Warchal Slovak Chamber Orchestra, the Žilina State Chamber Orchestra, the Bratislava Chamber Harmony, and the Corni di Bratislava.

He has helped organise performance courses for the French horn and other brass instruments (e.g. courses by Radovan Vlatkovič – a soloist and teacher working in Salzburg, and courses headed by Dale Clevenger – a teacher and first French horn player for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra). He is a co-founder of the Slovak Horn Society, and has been its Chairman ever since its establishment.