• 1965 – 1971

    Conservatory in Košice (Augustín Procházka)

  • 1971 – 1975

    Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Václav Černý)

  • 1972, 1976

    Summer Interpretation Course of Leoš Janáček and Bohuslav Martinů (Váša Černý, Stanislav Apolín)

  • 1976 – 1978

    Conservatory St Petersburg, artistic research student/candidate (cello – Alexej Alexejevič Lasko; chamber music, quartet – Vladimír Jurjevič Ovčarek; chamber music with piano – Mária Vsevoldovna Karandašová)

  • 1979 – 1981

    Conservatory St Petersburg, scientific research student/candidate (theory – Alexander Alexandrovich Farbstein, Leo Nikolayevich Raaben)

“As a performer with many talents, Milan Červenák builds on his artistic experience. He grew to believe in the importance of underscoring in his performance the overall effect of the interpreted piece, the revelation of its mood and compisitional structure. He has excellent organizational skills and he applies his theoretical background in his work with the Košice Chamber Orchestra and the Cassoviae Quartet. His creative nature inclines towards meditative moods while dominating is his effort to capture the philosophical level of major works.“ (Vladimír Čížik: Dictionary of Slovak Concert Art II)