He graduated from the Conservatory in Pilsen and the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. He furthered his education by studying privately with Ch. Bossert and at master interpretation courses with, for example, Tagliavini, Erickssohn, Koimann and Haselböck.
As a conductor, organist, harmonium player or choirmaster, he has performed at music festivals in the Czech Republic and abroad.
He is very interested in the study of historical organs and activities seeking to save and promote them, works as an advisor in expert commissions in the restoration of important historical organs, publishes in Czech and foreign professional press and actively collaborates on the international project “Organs – European Cultural Value”.
He is the director of the Czech Organ Festival. Since 1998 he has been teaching organ at the Conservatory in Pilsen and since 2007 also music theory at the Prague Conservatory.
He is the founder and artistic director of the Ensemble Inégal, with which he has recorded several very successful CDs with newly discovered works by Czech Baroque composers.