He was born in Buapest in 1984. First he learned classical music also at the Béla Bartók conservatorium in Budapest. After having gradually fallen in love with Hungarian folk music, he started to play it in 2000. He arrived to gypsy music through the gypsy violinists and melodies of Transylvanian Hungarian music. In 2005 it was János Guszti Lakatos who heard him once playing and invited him to a rehearsal of Romengo. He got captivated not only by the music, the voice of Mónika, but also by the way of how they treat each other and him. Since then he's very happy and honoured to have an inner insightin the living Gypsy tradititions. Apart from being musician, he studies history, English, and Italian in th university of Pázmány Péter.
2005: New Living Village Music
2006: New Living Village Music (annual national musical anthology)