The fact that I am the latest in a long-lived dynasty of violin players was a defining factor in my choice of career.
My instrument and my love of music comes from my family, 'passed down from father to son'. This is both a joy and, of course, a great responsibility, as it ever more important to continue to nurture the values found in our family and to display them to others. The Hungarian National Philharmonic is especially full of opportunities to do just that – by performing incredibly beautiful creations from the history of music alongside some remarkable, magnificent musicians.
1976–1981 – I was a student at the Béla Somogyi Music School in Budapest, as a student of Mrs Imre Beke.
1982–1993 – I was admitted to the Franz Liszt Academy of Music’s Special School for Exceptional Talents, where I studied under Miklós Szenthelyi. I was then admitted to the first year at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, and to the artistic training in the third year.
1993 – Degree concert, violin and teaching degree.
1985 – I was a founding member of the Hungarian Virtuosos Chamber Ensemble.
From 1985, I have played as a soloist and as part of the orchestra in countless concerts across various cities in Hungary. I have performed many times in the concert halls of Budapest: Vigadó, the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Hungarian Radio and Television
Appearances abroad: Portugal, Japan, South Korea, USA, Denmark, Italy, Spain.
1993 – I was accepted to play in the Luzerner Sinfonieorchester.
1996 – I was the concertmaster for the Sinfonieorchester Münster.
I have been a permanent member of the Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra since 2003.