Choral singing has been an important part of my life for many years. I always loved singing in a choir, making music together and creating something beautiful as a group. I have been a member of the Hungarian National Choir since August 2020. During my time here, it became clear to me that I had found my place, my profession. For me, singing in a choir is not only a job, but also a hobby and a passion, and it gives me immense pleasure to be able to indulge in my passion as a member of such a unique ensemble and community.
I finished both primary school and secondary school with a musical education. At the same time, I also went to music school for piano and solfège. After graduation, I continued my studies at the Faculty of Humanities at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, where I graduated with a BA degree in 2012 and an MA degree in 2015. Since 2015, I have been teaching solfège and music history at the music school in Vecsés.
I started taking private singing lessons with Katalin Schultz in secondary school, then continued my studies with Lujza Hornok Németh. As her student, I won first prize at the IX Budapest Song Contest in May 2014, and was also awarded a special prize. My teachers at the university were Mercédesz Heim and Aliz Dormann.
I first encountered choir singing in primary school, where I sang in the choir conducted by Sándor Kabdebó for many years. In the first year of secondary school, I joined the Angelica Girls’ Choir run by Zsuzsanna Gráf, and I continued to sing there even after graduation. During my university years, I sang in the Pro Musica Choir led by Dr Zsuzsánna Mindszenty and Dr Ákos Erdős. For six years, I was a member of the Tutti Cantabile Ensemble (artistic director: Edit Lánczky). I have also had the pleasure of working with several amateur companies as an assistant.
In recent years, in addition to singing in the choir, I have also had the opportunity to perform as a soloist in works by Pergolesi, Schütz and Mozart, among others.