„Songstress Niki Vörös is not one of the many young singers who, having finished at the jazz faculty, sell out immediately for understandable financial reasons. She is a true jazz singer, the real thing, who is capable of turning almost any material into high quality jazz.

Her slightly smoky voice fits the tradition, she improvises with startling originality but with due restraint. Her debut album is a knock-out. One of the most amazing things about the quartet was their first ever appearance last year at the BJC where they drew a capacity crowd and brought the house down!

Since then she’s had the audience spellbound with local backing at London’s legendary 606 Club. Niki sings from the heart and is on the same wavelength with her musicians who are László Vörös on piano, Tibor Csuhaj-Barna on double bass and György Jeszenszky on drums.”

Péter Pallai

Niki was born in Esztergom and started her Jazz vocal studies at the Erkel Ferenc School of Music as a student of Hunyadi László and Halkovics Agnes.  She was accepted to the Liszt Ferenc Music University Jazz vocal department in 2006 as a student of Winand Gábor.  She won best jazz singer award at the Paks talent festival in 2007 and 2008.

Niki earned a government scholarship for the year of 2009/2010 for her exceptional scholastic record, group work and her pedagogic aspiration.

She graduated with excellence in 2010 as a pupil of Lakatos Ágnes, Holczer Irma, and Berki Tamás.