A self-taught composer and guitar and mandolin player, he began composing and playing instruments from an early age. He has taken performed with different Chilean groups and artists, including the Latin jazz group La Hebra, Cristina Narea, Francesca Ancarola, Los Tres, Joe Vasconcellos, Carlos Aguirre, Juan Antonio Sánchez and Emilio García. He lived in Europe and the United States for almost 10 years, working with jazz, flamenco and pop music and artists such as the double bass player David Friesen, Jorge Pardo, Carles Benavent, Claudia Acuña and the Ojos de Brujo group.
After graduating in classical violin, this Hungarian violinist travelled to India in 1985 to study classical Hindu music for nine years. On his return, he rediscovered his musical roots, creating his own style by fusing Hungarian and classical music with Eastern music and contemporary European jazz. He has recorded and taken part in international music projects with important names such as Charlie Mariano, Dhafer Youssef, Palle Mikkelborg, Ramesh Shotham, Nicolas Simion, Renaud Garcia-Fons and Rabih Abou-Khalil and played in concerts and toured with Loreena McKennitt, Al DiMeola, Larry Corryell and Didier Lockwood.