Beatrix Belovári, born in Zalaegerszeg, started her musical studies at the age of 11 in her home town. From 2000 to 2004 she was a student of Kallóné Andrea Bertalan at the Art Grammar School in Szombathely, and in 2004 she was admitted to the Music Institute of the Széchenyi István University in Győr, majoring in flute, where she was tutored by dr. Gergely Ittzés. She graduated as a teacher and a chamber musician for flute in 2008. In 2011 she passed a pedagogical qualifying examination, including the Kovács-method at ELTE, at dr. Zsuzsa Pásztor. From 2011 to 2013 she improved her konwledge and skills at the Old Music Department of the Music Academy under the tutelage of Professor Ildikó Kertész. She graduated with a Master’s Excellence Award as a Baroque Flute Artist in 2013. She has participated a few times as an active student in the Baroque flute courses held by Barthold Kuijken and the chamber music courses of Malcolm Bilson and Simon Standage. She has played and recorded CD-s with a number of orchestras, among them the Liszt-Award winner Capella Savaria, the Orfeo and Concerto Armonico orchestra both in Hungary and abroad. She performed as a solist with the orchestras Harmonia Caelestis and Musica Florens. She has been a guest performer at the Moltopera Association of the Hungarian State Opera for many years. With more than 10 years of teaching experience, after successfully fulfilling the qualifying requirements, as a category 2 teacher she is currently teaching the flute in the Solti György Music School, Budapest. She works as the leading teacher for flute at SGY Music school.