• 1989 – 1995

    Bratislava Conservatory (orchestral conducting – Zdeněk Bílek, piano – Karol Toperczer)

  • 1995 – 2000

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava (orchestral conducting – Bystrík Režucha, choir conducting to 1998 – Elena Šarayová)

  • 1995 – 2000

    as conductor he has appeared with Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, State Philharmonic, Košice, Chamber Opera Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra of the Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava, later also ŠKO Žilina and with the early music ensembles Musica Aeterna and Solamente naturali

  • 1997 – 1999

    assistant conductor of the ECHO choir

  • 1999

    founder and artistic director of the vocal ensemble Voci Festose, later also choirmaster and member of the vocal formation Camerata Bratislava and choirmaster of the chamber choirs Camerata Bratislava, Musica vocalis

  • 2000 – 2001

    Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava, doctoral study (Ondrej Lenárd) and active in Slovak Philharmonic in the position of auxiliary conductor

  • from 2003

    University of Arizona School of Music (conducting – Thomas Cockrell, piano – Paula Fanová); during his stay in USA was conductor of Arizona Symphonic Orchestra and Arizona Philharmonic Orchestra

  • 2006

    nomination for the Ľudovít Rajter Prize

  • from 2010

    musical director and conductor-in-chief of Rogue Valley Symphony Orchestra in the American state of Oregon

Artistic collaboration with conductors such as Andrew Parrott, Stephen Stubbs, Simon Standage, Marie Laure Teissedre etc. He also gives concerts as a pianist (chamber music) and singer (soloist and choir singer specialising in old music). With the vocal ensemble Voci Festose, of which he is the founder and artistic director, he has made two CD recordings with medieval and renaissance music for Nadi Hrčková’s book Dejiny hudby (History of Music) I., II.