I am a lucky person because I love my job.
I like order and precision. It’s great that music allows us to constantly innovate and learn and see new things, all of which are enclosed in a perfect system.
I have been singing for as long as I can remember. This passion has been part of my life since I was a little child. It was my mother and grandmother who first sang to me and with whom I first sang together.
For me, making music together in a choir is a bond of trust, where we create something beautiful and lasting with and for one another, and for the audience. That’s what has always attracted me to singing in a choir, and I’m very grateful for every minute I’ve had and will have singing.
My first really serious encounter with music was through folk songs at the age of six, when I was admitted to the singing and music section of primary school. In the eight years I spent there, I was able to participate in the life of the school as a team player and as a soloist, and also as a member of the choirs, and it was here that I sang my first lead role in a children’s opera. I was also a regular participant in the city folk singing competitions. After that, there was no question that I wanted to continue working in music. I studied at a music high school and took a private singing course in Eger, followed by the conservatory in Budapest and finally the university in Debrecen. Here, I sang the alto solo in János Vajda’s Requiem, participated as a choir member in the staging of various opera extracts, and in 2017 I was able to perform the role of the Third Lady in the pared-down version of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. I graduated from the Faculty of Music at the University of Debrecen in 2019.
I am grateful to my former singing and private singing teachers, Ágnes Halász, Éva Bukta, Martina Szabóné Vass, Zoltán Belkovics, Ágnes Deliné Soós, Ildikó Miskovits, Éva Mohos Nagy. They believed in me and supported me, and gave me the knowledge and love of music that will stay with me for the rest of my life.