Viktória Takács was born on 1992 in Mátészalka, Hungary. Since she was a small child, she used to play different tunes only by hearing. At the age of 9 years, she received her first piano lessons at Antalné Jeles. From 2007 to 2011 she studied piano with Ildikó Sőrés at Zoltán Kodály Secondary School for Music in Debrecen. Then she moved to Austria and studied piano, and from 2013 also piano pedagogy focusing on instrumental and vocal accompaniment with Ao. Univ. Prof. Mag. Till Alexander Körber and Mag. Heidemarie Schneider-Klimpfinger at the Anton Bruckner Private University in Linz. In Linz, she also studied organ as complementary subject with Prof. Mag. Rudolf Jungwirth. In 2015, she graduated her piano study and after one year the piano pedagogy.
At the age of 13, she started to participate in various competitions in Hungary. In 2005, she was in the “Gold Qualification” in the district competition of Arts (piano) in Nyírlugos.
One year later, she won the 1st prize in the district competition in piano category for young artists in Nyírmeggyes.
In 2009, she was a finalist in the 13th State Competition for Pianists in Békéscsaba and 2 years later, she won the 3rd in the “Competition of Art” in Budapest.
In 2013, she received the Isidor-Stögbauer-grant of the Anton Bruckner Private University, as well as the scholarship from the Rotary Club, Wels.
In 2015, she was awarded for exemplary musical work with the “Music Award” from the Rotary Club, Braunau.
Viktória Takács does not only performs solo but also chamber music.
In many numerous concerts and events, she has actively participated and accompanied to singers and also supported at the rehearsals.
In 2012 and 2014, she performed in the “Prima la Musica” federal- or state competition of Austria as accompanist.
She accompanied several choirs, including Union Choir (Lambach), Depot Choir (Linz) and church choir in St. Gotthard in Mühlkreis, where she worked for a year as a choirmaster.
Besides piano, chamber music and accompaniment, Viktória Takács is also interested to play the organ.
Since 2013, she plays in Linz, Leonding/Doppl and Langholzfeld at holy masses and church celebrations as well as in weddings and funerals.
At the same time, she began to teach piano because she is also known as a successful piano teacher. Many students, both children and adults take piano lessons with her.