12-15 April 2023, Budapest
I have been playing music since my childhood, looking for the potentials of music. I was eight when I first felt it; I feel most comfortable in the musical processes and in the proximity of people. In retrospect, this was a straight, yet bumpy road to becoming a music therapist. I first graduated in 2011 as a performing artist and then began teaching at various arts and alternative schools; folk songs, music, improvisation. In 2013, I took a master's degree at the Music Academy, but my journey was no longer towards the teaching profession. Mastering and being an active educator outlined to me that I connect with music and people in a different way and from a different perspective.
By then, my path was straightening, and turned at the ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Pedagogical Faculty, where I graduated as a music therapist in method-specific training in 2015 as a music therapist.
Since then, music therapy has been a cornerstone of my vocation and musical activity.