London based Hungarian singer, Timea recently completed her postgraduate studies as a scholar at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance with Wendy Eathorne, and previously Laureen Livingstone as her teacher. She began singing at an early stage with Judit Avar in Budapest.
Through these years she gained onstage practice performing at various locations, including the Hungarian National Gallery, and all around England – and gathered experience both in solo, and ensemble performances, and is now looking forward to starting her professional career.

“With a soft timbre that suits the style so well” – she has a special place in her heart for historic performance of early and baroque music, performing with various early music groups and currently taking lessons with expert Dame Emma Kirkby.
Next to baroque, her specialties lie in singing German lieder and French mélodie repertoire, but she is developing a keen interest in the opera stage too; recently she has performed the exciting role of Pitty in Stephen McNeff’s new opera, ‘Banished’ at Blackheath Halls. Her previous appereances include Dorinda in Handel’s ‘Orlando’ and Fortuna/Drusilla in Monteverdi’s ‘L’Incoronazione di Poppea’ with the TL Opera Company.

She enjoys traditional music from over the world and frequently delves into folk repertoire too, and is always keen on trying something new and different as well.