1993 - 1999
Bratislava Conservatory (clarinet – Rudolf Simandl)
1999 - 2004
Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (clarinet – Jozef Luptáčik)
2004 - 2007
Academy of Performing Arts, doctoral studies (clarinet - Ronald Šebesta, chamber music - Ján Slávik)
one semester stay in Landestheater Detmold
during his studies he attended several musical courses, stays and seminars of chamber, solo and orchestral playing (Vladislav Brunner, Reiner Wehle, Wenzel Grund, Michela Lethiec, Patrick Messina)
Branislav Dugovič as a soloist and chamber player cooperated for example with Moyzes Quartet, Bratislava String Quartet, string quartet Amadé, L. Fanzowitz, D. Varínska, K. Mihalov, N. Škutová, J. Slávik, N. Bulffone , I. Buffa and others. In Slovakia he premiered works of several domestic and foreign composers (Danzi, Mendelssohn, Tate, Zeljenka, Kupkovič, Lejava, Iršai and others). He cooperated in various CDs of music publishing Diskant (with J. Slávik, D. Varínska, N. Higano). He also performs contemporary music, he is a clarinetist of Melos-Ethos Ensemble, regularly cooperates with the ensemble Veni, he was a guest artist in Ostravská Banda, cooperated with M. Lejava and others. As a soloist and chamber player he has performed at most major Slovak and several international festivals, e.g. Melos-Ethos, Ostrava Days – Festival of New Music, Evenings of New Music, Convergence, Warsaw Autumn, Pohoda and others.
Foreign performances: Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, France, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic.
He is also active teacher, he taught at primary music schools, conservatories, he was also an assistant professor at the Academy of Performing Arts. He is a lecturer in project VENI Academy, with who he was awarded by Radio Head Award for CD Rolling Tones (2014). At present he teaches clarinet, saxophone and chamber music at the Music Education Department of Faculty of Education Comenius University in Bratislava.