Janka Jambor

Janka Jambor



Janka Jámbor was born in Kecskemét (Hungary) in 1988. She started her cello studies at the Zoltán Kodály Music School in her native town when she was 7. In 2002 she entered the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest and studied with Prof. László Mezö for 5 years. From 2010 she studies in the Universität der Künste Berlin (Germany), with Prof. Wolfgang Boettcher.

A Cello Competition Winner

Janka Jámbor is winner of several important International Cello competitions. She obtained the first prize of the David Popper International Cello competition (Hungary, 2009) and the special prize of the Johannes Brahms Chamber Music Competition (Austria, 2012). Janka has already performed with several orchestras and under the baton of such important names as Zoltán Kocsis and Péter Csaba. She played the Schönberg  Kammersymphonie with Márta Gulyás, Gábor Galavics, Fruzsina Varga and Júlia Pusker in Budapest.

Played the Most Important Venues

She is member of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester and the Hungarian Chamber Orchestra, and has played in important venues such as the Opera House of Budapest, Chamber Hall of the Liszt Academy of Music and the Nádor Hall. She has attended Master classes with Róbert Nagy, Natalia Gutman, Jonathan Cohen, Emilio Colon, and many others.