• 1959 – 1987

    teacher at the Primary School in Turzovka and Klokočov

  • 1966 – 1969

    simultaneous studies at the Pedagogical Faculty in Banská Bystrica (Slovak language and literature, history)

  • 1975 – 1980

    Music Academy in Brno (composition and conducting)

  • 1977

    founded the mixed choir Kysuca in Čadca

  • 1980 – 1985

    Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno (composition)

  • from 1981

    conductor and art director of the children’s choir at the Kysuca choir

  • from 1987

    external lecturer at the Department of Music and Esthetics of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica

  • 1987 – 1990

    director of the J. G. Tajovský Theatre in Zvolen

  • 1990 – 1997

    director of the Primary Art School in Brusno

  • 1997 – 2000

    Dean of the Faculty of Performing Arts at the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica, senior lecturer of composition and conducting

  • 2000 – 2008

    Rector of the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica

  • from 2008

    Dean of the Faculty of Performing Arts at the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica

  • 2011

    appointed professor

“The composition attention of Vojtech Didi is focused primarily on chamber genres, especially choral and song compositions. This stems from his professional orientation and interest to extend the range of choral repertoire, initially mainly of children's choirs. He knows the range and coloring of the human voice, which sounds in his work in various forms of expression. His Missa Novisoliensis (dedicated to the city Banská Bystrica) deserves special attention, as it has a distinctive concert character while not losing touch of the ceremonial touch of a ceremonial temple. Recently Didi does not circumvent the piano, which can be heard in miniatures of a variety of moods changing on the basis of distinctive rhythmic ostinato. His compositional technique is based on the trends of music of 20th century, but always respects the sound possibilities of interpretation.”

(MICHALOVÁ, Eva: Vojtech Didi. In: 100 slovenských skladateľov. Ed. Marián Jurík, Peter Zagar. Bratislava : Národné hudobné centrum, 1998, p. 78.)