• 1987 – 1989

    Music School of Jozef Kresánek Bratislava (cimbalom – Beáta Čečková)

  • 1989 – 1995

    Conservatory Bratislava (cimbalom – Ľudmila Dadáková)

  • 1995 – 1996

    Academy of Performing Arts Bratislava (music theory)

  • 1996 – 2000

    Franz Liszt Academy of Music Budapest (cimbalom – Ilona Gerencsér Szeverényi, a diploma of concert artist and pedagogue of cimbalom)

  • 2002 – 2005

    postgraduate study at Hochschule für Musik Saar, Saarbrücken in Germany (contemporary music performing – Stefan Litwin, Yukiko Shugawara-Lachenmann, a diploma of concert artist with specialization at contemporary music)

  • 2003 – 2004

    scholarship holder of foundation Alfred Toepfer Stiftung F.V.S., Hamburg

  • since 2008

    Academy of Performing Arts Bratislava (doctoral study, music theory – Daniel Matej)

  • 1997 – 1999

    International master class of Béla Bartók Szombathely (György Kurtág, Gábor Csalog)

  • 1997

    International summer academy for early music Szombathely (Emilio Moreno, Anneke Boeke)

  • 2002 – 2004

    Tage für Interpretation und Aufführungspraxis, Hochschule für Musik Saar, Saarbrücken (Stefan Litwin, Yukiko Shugawara-Lachenmann, Theo Brandmüller, Toshio Hosokawa)

  • 2004

    Internationale Ferienkurs für Neue Musik Darmstadt (Uli Wiget, Nicolas Hodges, Isao Nakamura)

“She is an important pioneer in cimbalom playing as a soloist and chamber musician. In her entire performing, Ginzery focuses on the presentation of the cimbalom as a full-fledged concert instrument that is able to excel on the stage as well as other traditional concert instruments. At her concerts she plays compositions transposed for cimbalom, but her main interest is performing works of contemporary composers writing not only for solo cimbalom, but also for different instrumental arrangements including cimbalom, or also for cimbalom and voice.” (Slovník slovenského koncertného umenia II., Hudobné centrum, Bratislava 2004, p. 64-67.)

Ginzery is a dedicated performer of solo cimbalom literature and chamber music. As a soloist she has cooperated with many orchestras and ensembles. In chamber music she played with: Csaba Klenyán (clarinet), Nao Higano (soprano), Tanja Becker-Bender (violin), Ivan Šiller (piano), Maxim Shagaev (bayan), Christiane Iven (soprano), Dominik Susteck and Thomas Noll (organ) and others. She currently intensively cooperates in duo with trombonist András Fejér.

She is founder of Dulci Vento Trio (Johannes Kurz – recorder, Enikő Ginzery – psalterium, Julian Gretschel – sackbut, which is oriented on performing of medieval music and music of Eastern Europe of 16th – 18th century. A large part of their repertoire are works from tabulatura books: Pestrý zborník (The Tabulatura Miscellany), Tabulatura Vietoris and Uhrovec Collection.

She is founder of Sonora Chorda Duo (Enikő Ginzery – cimbalom, Anikó Szathmáry – violin).

Ginzery introduced herself in several festivals and concert cycles at home (Melos-Ethos, New Slovak Music, Piešťany Festival, Trenčianske Teplice Music Summer, Bratislava Culture Summer, Evenings of New Music and others) and also festivals abroad (Czech Republic, Germany, France, Hungary, Poland). She gave a solo recital in Merkin Concert Hall, New York (2005), chamber and solo recital in Konzerthause Berlin (2010, 2012) and also at Volokkarit Festival Oulu, Finland (2010).

In the 2011/2012 season she performed at chamber concerts in Staatstheater Stuttgart.

A wide range of her repertoire consists of works from the medieval age until the present. She focuses also on original literature of 17th and 18th century for salterio (the name of cimbalom in 16th – 18th century). At her concerts she introduces also her own transcriptions, but the main focus is performing works of contemporary composers writing for solo cimbalom or different instrumental arrangements including cimbalom. She premiered more than 50 compositions of contemporary composers, included Ilja Zeljenka, Juraj Beneš, Juraj Pospíšil, Vladimír Bokes, Michal Košut, Anton Steinecker, Peter Machajdík, Dániel Péter Biró, Pál Károlyi, Patricia Alessandrini, Ted Coffey, Chiel Meijering, Hans-Joachim Hespos, Theo Brandmüller, Jean-Ives Bosseur, Christian Wolff, Luigi Manfrin, István Láng, Art-Oliver Simon, Joäo Pedro Oliveira, Alois Bröder, Zsigmond Szathmáry, Miklós Maros. In 2008 at a composers competition in Saarlouis (Germany) she premiered a winning composition for cimbalom and organ Farben, Formen, Gebet from composer Erik Janson. In 2009 she premiered a concert for solo cimbalom Psallo of Hans-Joachim Hespos with Südwestrundfunk Stuttgart Orchestra. A year later she premiered the composition of Slovak composer Juraj Hatrík Lístky do pamätníka – small fusions for cimbalom, easy-to-use instruments and voices (for concert cimbalist and children) within project Malí a veľkí – ruka v ruke (Small and Big – Hand in Hand) in cooperation with Music School of J. Kresánek Bratislava.

In addition to extensive concert activity she leads music workshops for children and youth (Germany, Portugal, Slovakia). She is co-organizer and dramaturg (with pianist Ivan Šiller) of International Art Workshops Tokaj in Veľký Kamenec (2008, 2011).