studied composition at the Academy of Music and Drama in Bratislava. He was a member of the orchestra at the Jonáš Záborský Theatre in Prešov. In 1991 he joins the theatre ensemble “Stoka“, contributing as musician, composer and actor. Since 1995 he has been a member of the ensemble Požoň Sentimental. He cofounded and has been the leader of the band Ali Ibn Rachid. Ľubomír Burgr is a founding member of the Dogma band together with Martin Burlas, Zuzana Piussi and Daniel Salontay and also with Martin Burlas he founded the association For Contemporary Opera. In 2003 he founded the A4 – Associations for Contemporary Culture. Burgr composed two chamber operas – Death in the Kitchen (2001) and Tête-à-tête (2002). He is the author of numerous music compositions, e. g. Colapse (1991), Impasse (1991), Faces (1997) for the Stoka Theatre and On the Water Surface (1996) and Bugs in a Box (1997) for radio plays. He has directed several theatre performances, including The Dike (2000), What Will Happen Tomorrow (2001), opera King John (2001), Paranoia (2005), Sad Life of Ivan T (2005), Leftovers (2009) and others.