I received my Master's Degree in performance from the Vocal Department of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London as a student of Susan McCulloch, Emma Kirkby and Nancy Argenta, and from the Singing Teacher Department of the University of Miskolc, Hungary.

After returning home I found what I had been looking for with Professor Katalin Schultz: her knowledge, expertise, and sincere love felt towards her pupils have been protecting me in my career ever since.

In 2000, while staying in London, I won second prize in the “German Song” Singing Competition. It was partly this prize that led me to singing several opera roles as a member of the Palladium Chamber Opera Company, such as a nymph in Hypolite et Aricie by Jean-Philippe Rameau, the leading roles of Actéon by Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Alcina by Georg Friedrich Handel, Clarice in Il Mondo della luna by Joseph Haydn, and Juliet in I Capuletti e i Montecchi by Vincenzo Bellini.

In London I was given the honour to work together with William Christie, Christian Cirnyn, David Roblou and Catherine MacCintosh. After returning home I performed in several highly acclaimed concert halls of Hungary and Europe, such as the St. John's Smiths Square and the Barbican Hall in London, the Pierre Montfort de L' Amoury in France, the Concert Hall of the Zuiderpershuis in Antwerp and the Melk Abbey in Austria. I participated in the Ax-An-Provance Festival, the Brno International Music Festival, and the Bath International Music Festival.

I have co-operated with orchestras led by outstanding conductors. I have worked with Domonkos Héja, Márton Rácz, László Bartal, Géza Török, Imre Rohmann, László Tihanyi, Salamon Kamp, János Bali, László Gerhát, Soma Dinnyés, Zsuzsanna Gráf, Katalin Hegedűs Gönczy, the Musica Antiqua Austria, the Hungarian Radio Symphonic Orchestra, the Weiner-Szász Chamber Symphony Orchestra, the Gödöllő Symphonic Orchestra, the Kecskemét Symphonic Orchestra, the Ferenc Erkel Chamber Orchestra, the Solamente Naturali, the Collegium Marinum, the Ensemble Philippe and the Erdődy Chamber Orchestra.

I have made several CD recordings with the orchestras mentioned above for Hungaroton and Naxos. The recording of pieces by Hummel, conducted by Domonkos Héja, was awarded the Choc prize by the French magazine Le Monde de la Musique.

I held master courses in vocal performance for 4 years at the Early Music Summer University in Tokaj, Hungary, together with my friend and colleague, Noémi Kiss. As a member of the Quadriga Trans Limites (with Noémi Kiss, Rita Papp and László Gerhát) I have performed numerous rare pieces of the vocal repertoire from the Baroque period till even the world of the Broadway.

Another important pillar of my musical career is the Barefoot Musicians ensemble founded with guitarist Katalin Koltai. Our international members aim to perform contemporary music from all over the world. We have premiered several musical pieces, some of which have been composed to our ensemble especially.

An outstanding example of my dedication to contemporary music is the contemporary docu-opera, Made in China with guitarist Kata Koltai and Jászai-awarded actress Annamária Láng, produced by the Krétakör Theatre, debuted in 2008, which has had over 40 performances in some renowned theatres of Hungary, such as the Vígszínház (Comedy Theatre), the Merlin Theatre and the Mu Theatre in Budapest, and the Gyula Castle Theatre. I also sang in the performance Pesti Esti with Eszter Csákányi, József Gyabronka, Zoltán Mucsi, Péter Scherer and Annamária Láng.