Music is a language that opens up to us a different world, one that is unspoken and largely unnoticed.
For me, playing music is simultaneously a challenge and a source of invigoration, physically, mentally and spiritually. I am grateful to all the teachers, artists and former and present colleagues of mine who have contributed to the wonderful concerts, experiences, and travels, both actual and imaginary, that music makes possible for us.
Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest – 2004, DLA doctoral degree
Franz Liszt Hochschule für Musik, Cologne – 1991, diploma
Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest – 1990, qualified as a flautist and flute teacher
Senior lecturer at the University of Miskolc's Béla Bartók Institute of Music
Subjects taught: flute major, professional methodology, professional didactics, instrument methodology, chamber music, understanding orchestra sections, interpretation exercises, understanding the repertoire
She has appeared as a soloist alongside the Ferenc Erkel Chamber Orchestra, the Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra and the ME-BBZI Symphony Orchestra. As a chamber musician, she has taken part each year in the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra's Open Rehearsal Room series. She has regularly performed in various chamber groups here in Hungary and given concerts in Germany, Italy, Austria, Romania, Canada and the United States.
Her chamber music and orchestral concerts are regularly broadcast on radio and television.
The French School of Flute Playing and the Life and Work of Marcel Moyse – 2004, DLA dissertation
Awards and recognitions:
–1991 – award of the Hungarian Musical Society
–1991 – Yamaha Award
–1989 – Kobe (Japan) International Flute Competition, third prize
–1988 – Hungarian Radio National Woodwind Competition, special prize
–1988 – Barcelona International Flute Competition, second prize
1991 to the present: member of the Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra and the Hungarian National Philharmonic
1988: Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra, conducted by: Claudio Abbado