Petr Kubík is well-recognized as a clarinetist playing both major systems, french and german. He began his musical studies at the Conservatory in Teplice with Vladimír Zíka and continued at the Janáček Academy of Arts in Brno (CZE) with Vít Spilka and Milan Polák. His musical skills on German clarinet were obtained at the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden (DE) with Prof. Henry Phillipp achieving the highest degree - Meisterklassendiplom. Besides study, he attended master classes of Martin Imfeld, Hakan Rosengren, Valter Vítek and Karel Dohnal.
As a soloist, Mr. Kubík appeared many times in the Czech Republic and abroad, for instance with North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera Diversa Chamber Orchestra or Europera Youth Orchestra. He received best reviews for his interpretations of Mozart, Copland or Francaix concerto. His strong interest in chamber music resulted in successes at national and international competitions such as Concertino Praga (2002, CZE) or International Johannes Brahms Competition Pörtschach (2009, AUT) winning 2nd prize with pieces for clarinet and string quartet.
Since 2009 Petr Kubík has been the principal clarinetist of The North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, next to it he collaborates as a guest with German orchestras (Dresdner Philharmonie, Staatskapelle Dresden). Among his recordings for Czech radio excel Lutoslawski Dance Preludes, Bernstein Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Dvořák Serenade for Winds, Janáček Youth or Brahms Clarinet Quintet.