Jiří Beránek attended piano lessons at The Music School of Prague under the guidance of Professor Martin Ballý. Following his graduation from grammar school in 1993 and a year of studies in the USA, he pursued composition at the Conservatoire of Jaroslav Ježek in Prague. He studied composition under the tutelage of Professor Stanislav Jelínek and successfully completed his studies in 2002. In 2006, he successfully completed a Master's degree at the Faculty of Education of Charles University in Prague, specializing in ESL (English as a Second Language) and Music Education. He has worked as a piano and music teacher both in the Czech Republic and in England, where he held the position of assistant to the music director at a private music school. Throughout his career, he has composed over 40 music compositions spanning various genres and instrumental arrangements. Some of his compositions have been publicly performed and recorded. Notably, he was credited for a public performance of his piano trio "Big Ben Fever" at Framlingham College in the UK in 2010. In 2016/17, he served as a music teacher at the grammar school in Příbram. As a piano and keyboard player, he has recently collaborated with a soloist singer and the Šarbilach orchestra. Additionally, he regularly participates in the performance of a symphonic suite by Jaroslav Vogel during the MAŽIF festival. Furthermore, he has a keen interest in writing music reviews. He has contributed to various publications, including the magazine HisVoice, where he wrote CD reviews of contemporary composers. With a versatile orientation, he is an artist and music expert with expertise in classical music, jazz, as well as current artistic styles and trends in popular music.