Kinga moved to London to study at the Royal Academy of Music after graduating from the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest. At the Academy she got interested in historical performance and picked up the baroque violin. Since then she has played with many of the leading period performance groups of England and frequently appears with The English Concert, The Academy of Ancient Music, English Baroque Soloists, the Orchestra Revolutionaire et Romantic and the Orchestra of Age of Enlightenment. She has lead numerous ensembles, including the Irish Baroque Orchestra, European Union Baroque Orchestra, Floreligium, Academia de las Luces in Madrid, Barokkbandið Brák in Reykjavik and the Intrnational Baroque Players. She is also the leader of the chamber music group Spiritato! They released two albums with Resonus Classics, Bella Dama and the first ever recording of Daniel Purcell's Judgement of Paris.
Her music making is inspired by good coffee, traveling and late night conversations. She is a big fan of dragons, mountains and mountain sport. Her most recent adventure took her to the Himalayas.