Ever since I moved to England, I have been mainly focusing on my career as a music educator. With the inspiration that I received from my new lifestyle, I managed to raise my skills to a higher standard and was accepted into the Jazz BA course of Middlesex University in London, from which I graduated with first class honours in 2020. In the same year, I was granted a scholarship at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where I completed my studies at the Master of Music course in 2021. I look forward to the rest of my journey as a music performer, composer, and educator.
I started playing the guitar at the age of ten. By the time I turned fifteen, my interest in rock music and the support of my friends helped me get into performing and composing in the genre. At the age of 21, I decided to leave my studies in architecture behind and to begin my formal music education.
I started studying jazz at the Egreessy Béni Conservatoire in my home town, Budapest, Hungary, but I was forced to abandon my studies due to personal circumstances. I started focusing more on giving private guitar lessons and playing in pubs and restaurants in the Budapest night life. In 2015, I decided to leave Hungary and look for a new beginning in London, in terms of both music and personal development.