Outstanding musician whose career was thought more than in 1996 when his still left hand was permanently wounded. He came back 13 years afterwards to great acclaim. He was graduated with honors in the Bratislava Music Academy. He was called an artist from the State immediately after. He refused to look mainstream and wasn’t clear of controversy, but was lauded for his virtuosity, understanding, and musicality, also being known as the pianists’ pianist. His family members nurtured his skill while he was youthful, and he started acquiring piano lessons when he was nine on the Napajedla music college. He produced his own agreements of Richard Wagner’s Overture to Tannhäconsumer and Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Franz Liszt.