Composer and founding member of Fool Moon (including the name), and besides singing he deals with the studio recordings of the group.
1980-1988 He receives his primary school education in the specialized music class of the Teacher Training Primary School of Juhász Gyula Teacher Training College. During his primary school years he begins to learn the recorder at the Király König Music School, and two years later continues with the clarinet.
1988-1992 He continues his clarinet studies at the Franz Liszt Music Conservatory, and during these secondary school years he becomes interested in light music. He learns to play the saxophone, as his father has many at home; and with friends he forms of the school band Cremona, where he sings, plays the saxophone and keyboards. He is also a member of the Choir of Young Music Friends.
In 1992 he is admitted to the Juhász Gyula Teacher Training College majoring in music and conducting. It is during this period that his father, returning from a tour abroad, surprises him with the debut album of Take6, which he shows to Miki with great delight between classes. From then on he is in love with a cappella music.
1991-1996 He plays saxophone in jazz-rock formations Damis and In Formation. After graduation he teaches solfeggio for two years at the Király König Music School, but becomes increasingly interested in studio work, arranging and composing.
In 1997 he joins the pop-formation K.O. and the Saints as composer, arranger and singer. During this time he meets Gergő and the group V.I.P., and participates in the recording of their hit “Keresem a lányt”.
1999-2003 He is singer, keyboardist and saxophonist of Tóth-Bagi Band and Jam Pub.
In 2003 he collaborates Gergő with on Gergő’s first solo album, while making music for advertisements and collaborating with other Hungarian pop artists.