Orsolya Janszo is currently a third-year student at the Royal Academy of Music in The Hague and a fifth-year student at the Bratislava Conservatory, majoring in classical singing.
She started to take music more seriously in Sturovo during her music school years, when she started learning classical singing and sound training from Rolanda Hanza. She studied for 11 years at the Liszt Ferenc Primary School of Art. In the meantime, she participated many competitions, especially in Slovakia.
She took part in the master class of the artist Csilla Eötvös in Zselíz, Slovakia. For five years she won a series at the Milos Ruppeldt singing competition in Bratislava, as well as the praise of the jury and a special prize. She also took part in the Imrich Godin International Singing Competition in Verebély several times, where she got to the finals. She has participated in many international competitions and courses, attended classes with several renowned teachers, and studied with Éva Marton, a Kossuth Prize-winning artist, for half a year.
In addition to her studies, she is involved in education and has been a music assistant at the Snétberger Music Talent Center for five years now. There she teaches sound training, singing and solfeggio.
In 2018 she studied at the Collegium Hungaricum all-arts and cultural center in Berlin as part of a one-month CHB Incubator international project co-organized by the Snétberger Music Talent Center and the Balassi Institute. As part of the project, she took part in workshops led by Tamás Matkó, Endre Vándul Mándli, Szilveszter Miklós, Miklós Lukács, André Vida, Gábor Csongrádi and many other artists.
She had the honour to sing to Queen Sophia of Spain at the Casino in Madrid, she performed at the Prado (ESP), the Ronald Reagen Center (USA), the Eric Ericssonhall (SWE), the Altes Rathaus in Vienna, the Terras Sem Sombra Festival in Portugal, the Hungarian National Gallery, in the Hungarian National Theater, in the MOM Cultural Center, in the Great Hall of the Liszt Academy of Music and in other churches and concert halls. It was a great honor for her to sing in Covent Garden in London in November 2021, accompanied by her mentor, János Balázs, pianist.
She won the Scholarship for the Young Talents of the Nation several times, and in 2020 and 2021 she was seleceted into the Talentum Hungaricum program.