• 1962 – 1969

    Conservatory in Bratislava (clarinet – Edmund Bombara)

  • 1969 – 1973

    Academy of Performing Arts Bratislava (Edmund Bombara)

  • 1970, 1971

    Master classes in Prague (Vladimír Říha)

  • since 1968

    first clarinet and since 1971 the head of clarinet section of Slovak Philharmonic

  • 1971

    attendance at international presentation of young performers Interpodium within Bratislava Music Festival (as student od Academy of Performing Arts)

  • 1978

    premiered Concertino for Clarinet and Orchestra of Eugen Suchoň at the festival Prague Spring (Czech Philharmonic under Zdeněk Košler)

  • since 1970

    member of Bratislava Wind Quintet (20-years activity)

  • 1994 – 2004

    former member and long term member of Philharmonic Wind Octet

  • 1979 – 1980

    pedagogue of clarinet at Conservatory in Bratislava

  • since 1982

    pedagogue of clarinet at Academy of Performing Arts (1991 assistant professor)

As a soloist he has often performed at home and abroad. In addition to concert activity he also recorded. His discography contains repertoire from classicism to the present including works of Slovak authors.

As pedagogue he raised a number of performers, excellent soloists, orchestral players and pedagogues. He was a chairman of the Artistic Board of Slovak Philharmonic and juror of international clarinet competitions.