She studied singing and opera at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music with Dénes Gulyás and Balázs Kovalik. She also earned a Master's degree from Augsburg in Dr. Edith Wiens's class. She regularly appears as a soprano soloist with leading Hungarian orchestras and sings at festivals and concerts in Hungary, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. She was granted the Gramofon award jointly with Vigh Andrea in 2003. She is a soloist on the CD recording of the National Philharmonic Orchestra, which was granted the special price of MIDEM in the classical music category in 2004. She has been a soloist in the Klagenfurt Theatre since November 2008. She is to make her debut at the Hungarian State Opera House in Marzelline's role; in March 2009 she is to sing Genio's role in Haydn's Orfeo ed Euridice.