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Barbara Toth


Barbara Toth was born in 1996 in Hungary, in Makó. She started violin at seven and within a year, was playing in concerts and chamber ensembles. Another year later, she would lead the youth string orchestra and in 2010, received an award from The Margit Istók Foundation for her musical activities.

At fourteen, Barbara studied at the Béla Bartók Secondary School of Music, where tutors included Teréz Pichner, Erika Tóth and Géza Kapás and one of the greatest Masters of chamber music, Zoltán Fejérvári.

Barbara’s first degree was from the University of Music and Dance in Cologne, where she studied with Professor Michael Vaiman. She gave many concerts in the region as member of the Junge Philharmonie Cologne. She went on to study with György Pauk at the Royal Academy of Music. In addition to solo and chamber concerts, she gave lectures about the Kodály method, represented European culture. Having earned her Master’s from the RAM, she began teaching violin to different age groups.

In addition to teaching, Barbara she continues to perform, keeping open to opportunities and new challenges. Since her stay in London, Barbara has become a member of many orchestras and is also the Summer Academy Director of the Altalena Music Festival in Hungary.

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