Jure Robek began playing the clarinet at the age of 8 and was quickly attracted to chamber music, playing the bass clarinet in the Clarinetissimo Quartett.


After winning many 1. prizes, both as a soloist and with diverse chamber groups, he started his studies at the Academy of Music at the University of Ljubljana with prof. Jože Kotar. His path soon led him abroad, to study with prof. Chen Halevi at the Musikhochschule Trossingen in Germany, where he graduated with honours.


Masterclasses with Anthony Pay, Lorenzo Coppola, Charles Neidich, Chaim Taub, Noam Greenberg, Mate Bekavac and collaborations with composers Sven-Ingo Koch, Beat Furrer, Rebecca Saunders, Rainer Bartl, helped him become a versatile musician with fresh ideas.


During his studies in Trossingen he often played in the Junge Oper der Staatstheater Stuttgart, Baltic Sea Philharmonic, and colaborated with conductors such as Kristjan Järvi, Sebastian Tewinkel, Nicholas Kok, Kasper de Roo, Till Drömann. Together with Chen Halevi and Constantin Suhhovski he premiered Sven-Ingo Koch's Istanbul Sarkilari clarinet trio.


 At the Musikhochscule Trossingen he also studied historical clarinet with prof. Ernst Schlader and performed Mendelssohn's second concert piece on period instruments live on Deutschlandfunk.

After winning the first prize in TEMSIG competition, he performed Mozart's clarinet concerto on the basset clarinet with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra. 


Jure Robek is also making a name for himself playing in festivals such as Rolandseck festival, Mizmorim festival, Boswiller Sommer, Dartington festival and the Sommerlichen Musiktagen Hitzacker. Since September 2017 he studies the bass clarinet with prof. Ernsto Molinari the Hochschule der Künste Bern.