Born in Serbia to Hungarian parents, Felix Lajko started playing zither at the age of ten, picked up his first violin at twelve and in very short time proved himself a prodigy on both. To witness him perform is to see someone borne on by the breadth of his musical ideas, able to play in any style yet defying categorization, passing through musical borders with ease while passionately pursuing his own expression. He has collaborated with Boban Markovic, Alexander Balanescu and Huun-Huur-Tu among others and constantly experiments with his own ensemble. He doesn't claim to play any new kind of music. He says: "My music is based on the delicacy and colourfulness of my instrument. I'm just walking my own path, improvising and composing". This he does with rare flair and copious talent.