Each and every concert is a celebration as far as I'm concerned, and the music itself is an inspiring voyage through time and space. As a singer with the Hungarian National Choir, my aim is to help relay this same feeling from one person to another, from soul to soul.
I started singing as a child, with the Cantemus Choir of Nyíregyháza, where choirmaster Dénes Szabó was a key factor in helping me develop into a professional musician. I earned my first degree as a voice and music teacher and choral conductor at the Liszt Academy, and later went on to earn another as a pianist and chamber musician at the University of Miskolc. I owe a great deal to the many superb voice teachers I have had the pleasure of working with over the course of my career, especially Katalin Schultz, Andrea Hantos, Lujza H. Németh, Ildikó Szakács and István Viszló. I have had many chances to take the stage both as a soloist and as a member of various chamber choirs and other vocal ensembles. Another thing that I find particularly important, and enjoy immensely, is taking part in premières of contemporary productions. As a member of the Hungarian National Choir since 2008, I was honoured to be selected the "Choir Member of the Year" in 2018. The conductors we work with in the course of preparing for our concerts are amazing. It is truly inspiring to spend time working with these artists, getting to know and performing for our audience a musical repertoire spanning centuries, one that ranges from chamber music and a cappella music to huge orchestral and choral pieces whose monumental sound requires the collaboration of many musicians.