My first serious teacher, Éva Szily Ácsné took me under her wing at the age of 12. She was always there, a mentor and a second mother to me, who spent all of her free time getting me ready for competitions, organizing intensive camps and preparing me for a career in classical music. She persuaded me to apply to Hungary’s Bartók Béla Conservatoire, to which I was accepted, where I continued my musical studies with Erika Petőfi. Considering that music is an international pleasure, I wished to broaden my range of experiences, stepping outside of my home countries boarders. I was accepted to many master courses over various summers, for example Switzerland’s Academie Musicale de Morges, or Italy’s New Virtuosi Mastercourse Duino, both of which gave me the opportunity to learn from the best, such as Gyula Stuller and Jan Repko. During the school year, as I couldn’t travel as much, I attended lessons by violinist’s visiting Budapest – namely Carla Leurs, Igor Coretti Curet and Halska Beáta. I didn’t miss any chances to practice with the Hungarian elite either: Kristóf Baráti, Ernő Kállai, Attila Falvay, Kelemen Barnabás, Kokas Katalin and Eszter Perényi all taught me for extended periods of time. I competed in a large number of amateur domestic competitions when I was small, winning most of them, including the Rados Dezső Budapesti Hegedűverseny twice, in 2010 and 2012, even acquiring the main award. I also received this honor in the duo category of the National Bartók Violin competition. I came third in the National Varga Tibor Hegedűverseny in 2013, and – moving on to an international level – in the International Talents for Europe competition in 2012 and 2014. I also came first in the International Beliczai Gyula competition in Slovakia, in solo and in chamber music category, and the International Music Without Boarders competition, where I was again granted the grand prize, in 2011 and 2014, respectively, 2nd place at the Sicilian International competition in 2015. In 2016, I was accepted into the prestigious Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest and the Royal Conservatory of Scotland. Now, I studying under Katalin Kokas, who is more than a teacher for me. Currently I am preparing for my orchestral debut with the Duna Symphony Orchestra where I will be playing the Bruch Scottish Fantasy under András Deák’s baton in the Duna Palace. Apart from solo violin, chamber music plays a hugely important part in my life. This year, I am in 3 different chamber groups, two of which I am the group leader of. We have the great privilege of having the opportunity to study with some of the greats, including János Devich, who is our main coach. We never miss an opportunity to perform as groups or to participate in masterclasses. In the past 5 years I have gladly continuously played in multiple orchestras, and I am so honored to be selected as a member of the Youth Orchestra.