In 1977, his teaching career began at the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy in Szeged, and since then a large number of his students give concerts and teach in Hungary and abroad. His teaching achievement was recognized in 2000 when he was awarded the title of university professor.
He became an international soloist in 1984, when he received the Grand Prize of the Cziffra Grant. Since then he is a welcome artist in the concert halls of many large European cities, such as: Vienna, Bologna, Madrid, Paris, Zürich and Kiev. He also plays an important role in Hungarian music life. Many composers, as for example, Zsolt Durkó, Pál Rózsa, Miklós Kocsár and Lajos Huszár dedicated their solo pieces to him. Often he plays on recordings and in the studios of the Hungarian Radio and Television. In 1987, he was awarded the Artistic Prize of the Hungarian Radio, and in 1992 he was chosen the best performing artist of the year. The year after, he was awarded with the Liszt Prize. As acknowledgment of his pedagogic activity, he was awarded with the Weiner Prize in 1996.
His important recordings include a wide range of classical Hungarian violin literature. His record entitled The Great Hungarian Violin School, was commended by lovers of violin music as well as the critics.
In 2020 he was given the title Excellent Artist and he was honored with Artisjus Prize in 2022.