Born in Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic) in 1958.
He took piano lessons at the age of eight, flute lessons at the age of eleven, and majored in pipe organ at the Brno Conservatory. Graduated from the Department of Composition and Theory at the Janacek University of Music. D. from the same university. He has composed more than 2,600 pieces for orchestra, chamber music, stage music, television and radio, and his works have been performed at the Prague Spring International Music Festival and other venues.
While a student at the Conservatory of Music, he worked as a synthesizer player for the professional rock bands PROGRES 2 and Bronz. He has performed across genres, including classical music of various periods from medieval to contemporary, jazz, Latin, folk music, and rock. In addition to performing at music fairs throughout Europe, he has written a book on electronic music, “Home Recording Studio,” which won the GRADA Outstanding Music Book Award. He was awarded the Czech Music Foundation Prize.

After working as an assistant professor at Janacek University of Music, he came to Japan in 2003. He has been active in promoting Czech music and introducing Japanese culture to the Czech Republic, while also performing in concerts for infants and families. He is a member of the jury of the Czech Music Competition and the European International Piano Competition.