Dalibor Mráz

Winner of several national awards, he is considered one of the most promising drummers in the Czech Republic.

Dalibor Mráz took up drumming at the age of 8. A graduate from the Leoš Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava, he also studied drumming all over Europe, with drummers as Thomas Lang, Benny Greb, Stephan Emig, Oli Rubow, among many others.

Their influence led him to start to develop his own style and performed solo drum shows and clinics not only all over the Czech Republic, but also in Slovakia, Italy and Poland, including two presences at the prestigious International Drum festival in Czech Republic, where he opened for drummers like Dave Elitch or Craig Blundell.

Some of his compositions and solos were featured on the DVD's "Czech Virtual drum festival (2011)" and "Dalibor Mráz DVD" (2013).

He also played with several bands and artists, not only live with artists and bands has
Fernando Saunders, Elis, Lawrence Lina, Mike Terrana, Peter Krajniak, Kirk, among others, but also as a session drummer.

Although specialized on drums, he is also fluent in several different instruments, being also a prolific composer for the soundtracks for movies, TV shows, corporate videos and advertising.

Besides being a Sonor drummer and being the face at the Czech and Slovakian Sonor tour, he also plays for "UFIP" cymbals and "Vic Firth" drumsticks, for whom he recorded a duet with Mike Terrana.


Dalibor's Vic Firth stick of choice:
American Classic® Extreme 5B
Like the 5B‚ with more power and reach.
L = 16 1/2" | Dia. = .595"
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