Born and raised in Bácska, the region spread across the Hungarian-Serbian border, she is inspired by the musical heritage of her birthplace. She attended the renowned music school in Szabadka/Subotica, from where she applied to the folk singing faculty of the Liszt Music Academy in Budapest. She strives to keep the ancient core of folk songs that has shaped, taught, comforted and delighted generations over the centuries. She won the „Peacock” talent show (Fölszállott a Páva) in the solo singing & instrument category in 2012, and received Junior Prima Award in 2014. The same year she was also given the Artist Award of Hungarians in Vojvodina.