In 2002 he won the International Brahms Competition in Portschach, Austria. He had already gained awards at major competitions at home and abroad, such as:
• prize in the Chopin in Marianske Lazne,
• prize in a competition organized by the Academy of Performing Arts (Yamaha Scholarship)
• prize at the International Competition in Gaillard, France.
He is playing the piano since he was three years old when his extraordinary talent found an excellent teacher Professor Zdena Janžurová. Along with the piano began studying violin. Thanks to the art of playing the piano while the violin was chosen to play a little Mozart in the Oscar-winning movie "Amadeus" director Milos Forman. Playing both instruments devoted to its adoption at the Prague Conservatory, where he decided only to study piano. He was accepted into the class of Professor Eva Boguniová.
Throughout the studies also attended the class of Professor Martin Bally. He continued at the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague by Associate Professor Miroslav Langer. He completed his studies in 1999 as the most successful student.
In 2006, he was released a solo CD by Multisonic the support of Czech Music Foundation parts J.Brahms, D. Scarlatti, M. Moszkovského. For contemporary Boston composer Joseph Summer in the USA recorded three CDs issued by Albany Records recording company and Navona Records. In 2013 he recorded with violinist Josef Spacek CD for Supraphon. He regularly cooperates with Czech Radio. For the second time performed as a soloist with the Symphony Orchestra led by conductor Jiri Kout. He regularly works with the mezzo-soprano Dagmar Pecková, or hornist Radek Baborák.