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As I was born in a family of musicians, I started playing the piano at the age of 5. In primary school I won several awards for folk singing. Later I was studying classical singing for six years. Recently I’m studying jazz at the Bartok Bela Conservatory in Budapest.
In 2005 my band, HeuRéka won the first place at the Kaleidoszkóp international festival in the poem melodizing category. In 2006 as a singer and guitarist I joined the band of my parents, the Folton Folk, which plays country and folk music.
In the same year I was selected as one of the talents of the Roots&Routes in Budapest.The Programme offered the opportunity of traveling to Italy and France in order to attend master courses where I studied a lot and the experience of working with so many people with different backgrounds and origins was fantastic.
Currently I’m the singer of Live Act Folk. The project is formed by four young musicians who play a unique combination of folk songs, hip-hop, jazz and electronic music supported by beatbox, guitar, violin and bass.
Having won an application that I submitted to the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Paris, we represented Hungary on 21 June, 2007 with a very successful concert in Paris at the music festival ‘Fete de la Musique’.
As a result of close to two years of work and refinement, our first LP came out with a colourful selection from our repertoire, ranging from songs inviting to dance to folk songs with a more balladic atmosphere.
Besides being a musician I am also on the air since I am the editor-presenter of the world music programme of the "Musician Radio" (Muzsikus Rádió) in Budapest.