I was born in Budapest in 1981. I staeted my
studies in Hatvan, in the Zoltán Kodály Music Primary School. At age of nine I got accepted to the Albert Kocsis Music School,
where my teacher became Mrs. Dr. Pálos Jolán Mester. At grade seven, Albert Kocsis, violinist professor offered
me a scholarship to his own masterclass is Austria. My teacher there was Hossein Samieian from Lichtenstein. I returned
to this own masterclass and course since then, every year.
I continued my studies in Kecskemét, in the Zoltán Kodály secondary Music School,
in Ákos Dratsays class. In 2000 I got accepted to the Franz Liszt State University in Budapest, where my professor is Henrik
Maassluis: 35. Internazionale Muzikweek: 2nd prize
Viggiano: Lorenzo Competition
Hungarian National Competitions:
1997: Jeney Zoltán Flute Competition
International Chamber Music Competition:
2. International Flute Duet and Small Ensemble Competition: 1st prize
International and national courses, with the leading of the following professors:
Auréle Nicolet, Hossein Samieian,
Michael Martin Koffler, Barbara Giesler-Hase, András Adorján, Marianne Heinkel, János Bálint, István Matuz, Gergely Ittzés,
Benedek Csalog, Eszter Alföldy-Boruss, Bea Berényi, Zoltán Gyöngyössy
Berides the classical flute repertoire I pay special attention to the contemporary
music and the new directions of flute playing.
I interpreted several pieces from numerous young, contemporary composers: Gergely
Barta, György Bartók, Marcell Dargay, Dániel Dinyés, Balázs Futó, Balázs Horváth, Márton Levente Horváth, Barna
Szabó, László Szekeres, Ákos Zarándy, Péter Zombola.
In 2003 in the organization
of CAMI i tooh part in a concert tour with The London City Opera the USA.