• 1966 – 1969

    secondary grammar school in Trenčín

  • 1969 – 1970

    Bratislava Conservatory (piano, organ, conducting, composition)

  • 1970 – 1972

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava, (conducting – Juraj Haluzický, Ľudovít Rajter)

  • 1977

    completed studies at Academy of Performing Arts, Prague (conducting – Alois Klíma, Bohumír Liška, Václav Neumann, Josef Veselka, singing – Theodor Šrubař)

  • 1978

    rehearsal pianist and assistant conductor at Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava; founder of the early music ensemble Musica dulcisona (study of performance style of early music abroad - Rieling, Patring, Equiluz)

  • 1979 – 1989

    choirmaster of Slovak Philharmonic Choir

  • 1986 – 1991

    member of the ensemble Musica aeterna (conductor, singer and artistic director)

  • 1987 – 1994

    member of Czech Philharmonic’s chamber ensemble Prague Madrigalists (artistic director, conductor, singer and instrumentalist)

  • 1993 – 1996

    short-term collaboration with Prague Philharmonic Choir and Prague Chamber Choir

  • 1995 – 1997

    choirmaster of the State Opera in Prague, concurrently active in the orchestra Virtuosi di Praga

  • 1999 – 2008

    choirmaster and conductor in the North Bohemian Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Ústí nad Labem

  • 2008 - 2012

    rehearsal pianist and conductor in the South Bohemian Theatre in České Budějovice

While still a student he was active in a number of ensembles including the Prague Male Choir at the Symphony Orchestra of the Capital City Prague FOK, the University Artistic Ensemble of Charles University in Prague, the Prague Teachers Singers’ Association, and the Czechoslovak Radio Choir in Prague. With the Prague Madrigalists he made numerous appearances abroad (Hamburg, Palermo, Istanbul, Paris, Barcelona etc.). After 1997 he made solo appearances as conductor, choirmaster, tenor and instrumentalist at home and abroad (Salzburg, Stuttgart, Frankfurt on Main, Tel Aviv).