I started to play the guitar as a young boy at the age of 7 in Debrecen, Hungary. After several years of classical guitar studies the teenager years brought the love of rock and blues music, and ever since I’ve been mostly playing electric guitar.         In 2006 I moved to Budapest to study and play jazz music. Between 2006 and 2012 I was a student of the Erkel Ferenc Conservatory, Kodolány János University of Applied Sciences and Liszt Ferenc Music Academy, and had the opportunity to study from the most important characters of Hungarian jazz music life.

During these years I performed as a session musician, in 2010 I joined the Blue Rabbit Hammond Band (Kéknyúl) and recorded the group’s debut album: Can’t Get Any Closer Than That (Nahát Babám).

I had the opportunity to perform in the main venues and festivals of Hungary, including the MÜPA, Lamantin Jazz Club, Sziget Festival, Debrecen Jazz Days, Feast of Hungarian Jazz, MR2 Acoustic, Valley of Arts and many more.

Since 2012 I have been studying and performing in The Netherlands and in 2015 I received the diploma of The Royal Conservatory of The Hague as jazz-guitarist. From 2016 I have been focusing on a solo-project (Soul-Men Trio), to write original music as a conclusion of all these years behind me, and to find new ways for the upcoming future.