László Bolyki started learning the violin at the age of six under Katalin Jankó at the music school in Budapest’s 13th district. He then went on to study viola in István Vermes’ class at the Béla Bartók Conservatory. At the age of 15 he joined the Ferenc Erkel Chamber Orchestra, where he met tremendous national and international acclaim. He studied under Sándor Nagy and Ferenc Rados at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. After graduation, he received a scholarship from the Budapest Festival Orchestra and would go on to become a permanent member. He sings bass with the Bolyki Brothers a cappella group, is a composer, and a welcome guest performer at major concert halls and a cappella, jazz and gospel festivals across Europe, the United States and Asia.