She was born in Budapest in 1983. She began music lessons at Farkas Ferenc Music School of District I. Between 1998-2002 in Bartók Béla Secondary School for Music and Grammar School, Teréz Pichner was her teacher, then between 2002 and 2007 she was a student at Liszt Ferenc University of Music, earning her degree in 2007 in the class of Eszter Perényi.
In 2000, 2001 and 2007 she won the first prize at the International Contemporary Music Performers’ Competition of Balassagyarmat. In 2001 she won the Bach Special Prize at National Koncz János Violin competition. She participated in several international violin competitions, the Weiner Leó Chamber Music Competition and Austrian chamber music festivals. She participated in the courses offered by Zakar Brohn and Ferenc Rados, held in Hungary and abroad.
In 2005 she played in the Danubia Symphony Orchestra, and since 2011 in the Budapest Strings Chamber Orchestra, of which she has been a member since 2012.