Lilla Horti Junior Prima and Cziffra awarded opera singer graduated with honour at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 2017 as the student of Éva Marton. She completed her studies in Hungary and in Spain.
Miss Horti made her debut in 2017 on the stage of Hungarian State Opera and she has been a singer there since then. She is really active as a concert singer as well, she has held several song- and aria- recitals, gala concerts, and oratorio performances. She has been awarded several prizes and special awards at national and international competitions.
She made her first opera performance in 2013 as the First Dama of Mozart’s Magic Flute, which she has sung many times under several stage directing. Her roles include Mimí from Puccini’s La Boheme, which she debuted in 2017 as her first main character at the Hungarian State Opera, followed by Fiordiligi from Mozart’s Cosí fan tutte, Nedda from Leoncavallo’s I pagliacci, Rosalinda from Strauss’s Die Fledermaus, Bess from Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, Freia godess from Wagner’s Das Rheingold, as well as Mimí from Leoncavallo’s La Boheme or Anna from Puccini’s Le villi.
In 2020 Lilla Horti performed for the third time at the Summer Festival Academy in Budapest organized by Katalin Kokas and Barnabás Kelemen violinists and she sang at Cziffra Festival and „Zenergia” events of János Balázs pianist. She has performed at the Wagner Festival at the Palace of Arts in Budapest lead by Ádám Fischer for many years. The audience can see her singing mainly on main stages, concert halls throughout Budapest but she has already sung in Austria, Netherlands, Spain and in France as well.