Ever since I was a child, I have felt a bond with music and the act of playing as part of a group. It takes my spirit to a place so full of riches that nothing else could compare. I have enjoyed countless shared experiences and cathartic moments. I am extremely grateful that I can work professionally as a singer among artists and friends. By performing some of the most amazing works ever committed to paper by composers, I am able to discover the world, the sacred and profane, and I can find myself or lose myself in the search for the Truth of life.
Edit Károly's years spent in the Budapest Radio and Television Children's Choir had a defining effect on her later devotion to music and singing. She began her professional singing career in the CantuS CorvinuS vocal ensemble. Towards the end of the 1990s, she started performing as a soloist in cantatas, oratorios and operas, becoming a true artist with a unique vocal range and an aptitude for interpretation. The best of her repertoire includes the faithful performance of the works of Baroque composers. On the stage, she has performed to great acclaim in the operas of Peri, Monteverdi, Cimarosa, Purcell, Gluck, Mozart and Pergolesi. She has appeared on several first edition vinyls and DVDs from the Hungaroton Classics record label which featured selected performances of the works of Albinoni, Galuppi, Mondonville and Dittersdorf. In recent years, she has performed in Hungary and abroad with the Capella Savaria ensemble, Catherine Mackintosh, the Musica Profana ensemble, Pál Németh, Fabio Pirona, Simone Ori, Géza Klembala, with the chamber ensembles Aura Musicali, Hortus Musicus 99 and Sonora Hungarica as well as with the Á la cARTe vocal ensemble. In 2000, she won a contest from the Istituto Europeo in Florence. She has been a member of the Hungarian National Choir since 2008.