Budapest, October 13th, 1964

Professional studies:


      1980-1986 classical ballet, ballet methodology, and contemporary dance studies in Budapest.

Then he continued his studies in Vienna, Stuttgart and Paris.


       1997 graduated as a ballet pedagogue on the Hungarian Dance Academy (according to the ballet methodology based on the Vaganova system)


        2008 choreographic scholarship in Netherlands Dance Theatre (artistic director Jiri Kylián)




Endre Jeszenszky (classical ballet)

Armbgard van Bardelleben (Graham technique)

Matt Mattox (Mattox technique)

Milton Meyers (Horton technique)

 Joe Alegado (Limon technique)

Sonia Mota (Falco technique)

Dancing career:


         1986-1989 Vienna Dance Laboratory

         1989-2000 Hungarian National Ballet

Ballet and contemporary dance pedagogical works:


        1998-2000   The leading teacher of the Hungarian Dance Academy  in the modern dance pedagogical department.

   Since 1995 he is the permanent guest teacher of the conservatory of Dance Centre Prague in Prague, and home choreographer and artistic advisor to the association of the Ballet Prague Junior.


Several international dance course, and the guest pedagogue of a ballet associations:

   Prague (Dance Centre Pargue, Ballet Pargue Junior) Buenos Aires (Baleto Argentina de Julio Boca) Den Haag (Dance Academy) Italy (Dance courses in Livorno, Firenze, Roma and Montevarchi)  Spain (International Dance Workshop DansAmpostA) India (Attakkalari Centre for Movements Arts)


Leadership Experiences:


        1998-2001  Founder and artistic director of the Hungarian National Ballet's Choreographic Studio ( ballet director Gyula Harangozó)

        2000-2003  Artistic director of Ballet Pécs /Hungary/

        2003-2006  Ballet director of the Debrecen Ballet  /Hungary/

        2006-2009  Founder and ballet director of the Hungarian Ballet Theatre /Hungary/

        2009-2016  Ballet director of the South Bohemian Theatre’s Ballet Company /Czech Republic/