Ágota Lénárt is a pianist, an excellent accompanist/repetiteur and professor. Born in Nagyvárad (Oradea), she studied music at the Cluj Academy of Music, where she graduated with honors in 1985. In 1983 she attended Weimar Master Classes with Bernard Ringeissen, and since 1989 she has been an active and passive student at the International Bartók Seminar and Festival in Szombathely for several times. For two years she studied with prof. Ferenc Rados. She performed in such acclaimed halls like the Salzburg Mozarteum, the Teatro al Fenice in Venice, the Ateneul Roman in Bucharest, the Palace of Arts in Budapest, the Hungarian Academy of Rome, the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, the Vigadó and the Marble Hall of the Hungarian Radio. She won prizes in numerous music competitions, most recently at the Zathureczky Memorial Competition, where she won the special award from the Budapest Pedagogical Institute. She recorded with Ildikó Szabó the album “Dance of the Elves” for Hungaroton record company. She is currently the Vice-director of the Leó Weiner Music School and Music High School in Budapest.