He finished his bachelor and master’s degree at the Music Academy in Zagreb, Croatia. Afterwards he studied at the Musikhochschule Lübeck under the famous organist Martin Haselböck.

He is continuously present as an active artist on the Croatian music scene, cooperating with numerous soloists and ensembles performing the music of Renaissance and Baroque.

He has performed in many countries in the European Union as a soloist and chamber musician. 

In addition to the awards for his artistic and liturgical art work, he received the diploma of the forum “Darko Lukić” Competition “Andrea Antico da Montona” (Umag, 2004), the university chancellor award from the University of Zagreb in 2002 and the third prize at the International Organ competition of the world’s leading harpsichord player of old music Gustav Leonhardt.

He is a permanent member of the Croatian Baroque Ensemble and the Ensemble “Musica de Camera”.

He recorded his music on several CDs during his multiannual cooperation with Monsigner Josip Ensemble “Erato”, the Croatian society of musical artists, the Croatian Association of orchestras, degl’ Ivell and the Croatian singers society “Slavuj” from Petrinja. In 2005 he recorded a DVD “Tracs of the Old Continent” on the harpsichord. In 2007 he was awarded the status of an independent artist and is currently an organist at the church of St. Paul in Zagreb.

In 2012 he was named assistant professor at the Department for Piano, Harpsichord and Organ at the Academy of Music Zagreb.


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