Csaba Tőri graduated from the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy in 2011 as a student of Péter Erdei. After earning his diploma, he helped establish the Moltopera Ensemble. He founded his first chorus in 2008, and is currently serving as chorus director of the Budapest Academic Choral Society and choirmaster of the Vox Insana Chamber Choir and MediCantare Girls' Choir. For quite a long time, he was a regular participant in the Concerts in Schools programme, which organised and performed educational concerts for young people in schools around Budapest. His graduation concert, in which he got the chance to conduct the Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok and the combined choirs of the music academy in a performance of Brahms's Ein Deutches Requiem, employed 230 participants. He was only 24 years old when he started teaching at Budapest's Fazekas Mihály High School, one of the most famous in Hungary, and was 25 when he became a lecturer at the Béla Bartók Conservatory. He has given educational performances at schools on numerous occasions.