• 1992 – 1996

    study at secondary grammar school

  • 1996 – 2001

    Bratislava Church Conservatory (church music)

  • 2001 – 2008

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava (choir conducting – Blanka Juhaňáková, orchestral conducting – Ondrej Lenárd)

  • 2000 – 2011

    choirmaster of the Kyrillomethodeon Church Choir in Bratislava

  • 2001 – 2003

    choirmaster of the Bratislava Church Conservatory Choir

  • from 2004

    re-founder, artistic director and conductor of the Slovak Radio Children’s Choir in Bratislava

  • in the 2009/2010 season

    guest conductor of the State Opera in Banská Bystrica

  • from 2011

    member of the Advisory Committee for Mládež spieva (The Young People Sing), the state-wide competition and review for youth choirs

Kokoš has regularly collaborated with the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, but he has also conducted other Slovak ensembles such as the Bohdan Warchal SKO, Cappella Istropolitana, Solamente naturali, Women’s Chamber Orchestra, Trnava Chamber Orchestra, Viva Musica Festival Orchestra, and also the Moravian Philharmonic, Olomouc, the Japanese women’s choir SAJERA, and the Gustav BromBig Band. Since 2006 he has collaborated with the Johann Strauss Orchestra in Coburg in Germany, where he is a regular guest. In December 2008 he participated in the premiere of Kubiček’s opera Marína Havranová, performed for the celebrations of the 160th anniversary of the foundation of the Slovak National Council.

In September 2009 Strauss’s operetta Wiener Blut was performed under his baton at Rosenthal-Theater Selb.

In 2010 – 2011, with the Cappella Istropolitana orchestra, he completed the first Czecho-Slovak symphony tour by the singer and composer Miroslav Žbirka. He also performed at the 30th Olympic Games at London, where, together with Miroslav Žbirka and the world art-rock legend Jon Anderson, he conducted a Slovak representative concert at the famous Sadler Wells theatre.

Kokoš regularly makes recordings for Slovak Radio and participates in artistic programmes for Slovak and Czech television.