Anett Fodor is a pianist, having begun her musical education with this instrument at the age of seven. She studied Piano, Music Pedagogy (in particular the concept developed by Zoltán Kodály), the History of Music and Musical Theory at the Károly Eszterházy College in the picturesque Hungarian city of Eger. Parallel to these musical studies she also studied History and qualified in both subjects.
Ms Fodor went on to spend a further two years at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, earning an MA in International Relations. Her extensive degree studies in these three fields honed her curiosity for historic detail as much as international musical style and broad cultural awareness. Already fluent in several European languages, Anett Fodor continued her studies in the English language at the Dániel Berzsenyi College in Szombathely, qualifying in 2007.
She lives with her husband and three children in Hungary close to the Hungarian-Austrian-Slovak border.
Music & Vision articles by Anett Fodor
Music by Peter Garland. 'It was the first - but I am sure not the last - time that I had listened to Garland's music and for 34 minutes time stood still while I was listening to it.'