Orsolya Horváth

Orsolya Horváth studied at the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest with Dénes Kovács and Mária Zs. Szabó. She took master classes with G. Pauk and D. Zsigmondy, among others. She did a postgraduate degree at the Sweelinck Conservatory of Amsterdam with I. Párkányi.

She is the prize winner of the Kreisler Competition Budapest and laureate of several competitions, including the Hungarian Flesh Competition, and she had a breakthrough as a soloist. In 1996, she co-founded the Sandor Quartet with which she won international competitions, was taught by such great string quartets as Amadeus, Alban Berg, Emerson, Juilliard, La Salle, and played in the greatest venues such as Carnegie Hall.

Orsolya played in the Beethoven Academy, the Orchestra of Brabant, Hermes Ensemble. Since 2013, she has been Principal of second violins at the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra. She plays chamber music as violinist of Trio Tooten and Scalda Ensemble