Abigél Varga was born in Eger, Hungary, 1996. She received her BA diploma from applied composition at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music Budapest in 2018, as a student of Judit Varga and Zsófia Tallér, and received her MA diploma from composition in 2021 as a student of Judit Varga and Péter Tornyai. Since 2021 she is a student of Moritz Eggert at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, in the Komposition Meisterklasse postgraduate programme. In 2017 she won 2nd prize at the Composition Competition of Franz Liszt Academy of Music, and attended an EGT scholarship at Reykjavík, Iceland. In 2018 she won 3rd prize at the Neszlényi Andor composition scholarship of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, which honours the most outstanding compositions of the year. In 2018 she won semi-finalist prize at the Bartók World Competition and Festival. In 2019 she won semi-finalist prize at Classic Pure Vienna International Composition Competition. In 2019-2020 she studied with Erasmus scholarship at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, in the class of Moritz Eggert. In 2020 her music was performed at the Ars Sacra Festival, the Cafe Budapest Contemporary Art Festival and the Transparent Sound Festival. Since 2019 her compositions have been performed in Munich, Chemnitz and Ljubljana by international artists. In January 2021 the MIKAMO Central European Chamber Orchestra performed her composition at the Palace of Arts, composed for the commission of the Transparent Sound Festival. Beside composing, Abigél also takes part in cultural life as concert organiser. In 2019-2021 she was an assistant of Judit Rajk at the FUGA Concert Hall Budapest, which is one of the central residences of contemporary concerts. In 2019-2021 she was an artistic coordinator at the Crescendo Summer Institute Tokaj. In 2019 10th May she performed the composition of Kurtág György titeled ...sleep no more... Seven songs, op. 50 (2019) - dedicated to Judit Rajk and the performers of the premiere (May 10, 2019 at FUGA) at FUGA Concert Hall as an assistant in preparing the piano, and participated in the rehearsals directed by Kurtág György.