His natural respect and unceasing interest in music predetermined him to difficult position of an artistic leader of our ensemble. He started his music studies in Ledeč nad Sázavou at Miroslav Hradecký, graduated from the Conservatoire in Teplice at Miroslav Maleček and from HAMU in Prague under the leadership of prof. Vlastimil Mareš. His deep desire to go ahead and experience new things lead him through interpretative courses of personalities such as M. Arrignon, M. Lethiec, M. Raison, M. Borgue and brought him a number of prizes such as 1st prize at the Clarinet Competition in Chomutov, the prize at Prague Spring Competition in 1996, etc.
Since 1997 he has been working as a member of the clarinet section of the PKF. From 2008 to 2014 we could hear his clarinet solos at the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra. In 2014 he became a member of the Czech Philharmonic. He also regularly performs with other chamber ensembles as an Actaeon trio, Aloe trio, Prague Modern. Baborak Ensemble, Czech Synfonietta. His preciseness and sense of detail is reflected not only in his approach to music but also in his interest of audio technique and collecting vinyl records and old films. For the best pieces he would travel the world, with the great respect of his beautiful wife…