Judit was born in Miskolc. She graduated as opera singer from the
Franz Liszt Academy of Music in May 2008.
She performs at solo and chamber concerts, festivals, oratories and operas both in Hungary and in different countries across Europe as well as in Australia.
Judit regularly participates in the Bartók+...International Opera Festival of Miskolc, is the soloist of Interoperett and the prima donna of opera and operetta galas.
In 2005 she won the Art Fellowship of the City of Miskolc
In 2006 Judit was 2nd in the Opera category of the Euroregion Competition Festival.
In 2007 she represented Hungary at the XIII. Australian Hungarian Cultural Convention in Sydney.
On 16 June 2007 Judit sang as a soloist of the Therion Opera Rock Show for an audiance of several thousands of people.
The CD and DVD of the concert were published in almost 100 countries.
In the same year Judit released her first Christmas album: Holy night.
February 2008 she made her debut in the role of Adina in
the Hungarian city of Debrecen.
Judit was awarded with the Prize "Diamonds of Miskolc" in 2008.
In January 2009 she sang the Csárdás in the operetta The Bat by Strauss at the Interoperett New Years Gala, which was broadcast live on Duna TV.
On 13 June 2009 Judit made her debut in the role of Fáni at the first premier of the opera Az igazmodó juhász by Erzsébet Szőnyi at the Bartók+ Vienna 2009 International Opera Festival. The performance was recorded by the Hungarian Television.
Her second record My beautilful homeland was
made with the contribution of the North-Hungarian Symphonic
Orchestra in the autumn of 2009.
The popular hungarian songs and arias by Kodály, Erkel, Lehár and Strauss were performed with László Kovács as a conductor.
Judit gave a series of concerts with the repertoire of the new album in the sister cities of Miskolc (Kosice, Aschaffenburg, Ostrava, Tampere, Katowice),
which was recorded in a musical documentary for Duna TV.
Judit started the year of 2010 with a concert tour in Australia. She gave very successful recitals in Canberra
(singing at the 14th Australian-Hungarian Cultural Convention), Sydney, the Gold Coast, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.
This past Northern summer she performed at the Lehár Festival of the Austrian "Kaiserstadt" Bad Ischl.