As a violinist, I feel it is important for music to address as many people as possible. When listening to or playing one masterpiece or another, I have often experienced the powerful emotions it instilled in me and the positive effect it had on my soul. At our concerts, our audience can also experience this feeling and use it to construct their own inner worlds.
Csilla Kovács was born in 1993 and commenced her music studies at the Békéscsaba Music School at the age of six. During her years there, she took part in numerous county, regional and national violin competitions, winning first, second and third prizes. For her high school studies, she continued her training at Budapest's Béla Bartók Conservatory of Music under violin teacher Erika Tóth. In 2010, she took third place at the National High School Violin Competition. She then went on to graduate from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, where her professors were Márta Ábrahám and Zsófia Környei. In 2013, she took another third place, this time in the duo category of the Leó Weiner National Chamber Music Competition.
Over the years, she has been greatly influenced by many wonderful artists and teachers, including Márta Gulyás, Attila Falvay, Kati Sebestyén, Gábor Takács-Nagy, Károly Félegyházi and Balázs Fülei.
A member of the Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra between 2015 and 2019, she has taught violin at the Fischer Annie Music School since the autumn of 2018 and played in the second violin section of the Hungarian National Philharmonic since autumn of 2019.