Boglarka completed her Master's degree in Violin Performance in the class of Professor Eszter Perenyi and Adam Banda and graduated with the highest honours from the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. During her studies in Hungary, she made her concerto debut performing Bartok 2nd Violin concerto with the Savaria Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gergely Madaras. She also received a full scholarship to study with Irina Svetlova at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Israel where she also had the privilege of working with Zubin Mehta.
She completed an Artist Diploma at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire with Professor Wen Zhou Li and Oliver Wille for which she was awarded a generous scholarship, provided by the Joseph Weingarten Memorial Trust. She has taken masterclasses with Ani Schnarch, Michael Frischenschlager, Ulf Schneider, Giovanni Guzzo, Zachar Bron, Jan Repko, Yair Kless, Nicola Benedetti, Chai Liang, Hagai Shaham, Barnabás Kelemen, Péter Lissauer and Ilya Kaler.
Boglarka firmly believes that it is important to pass on the knowledge that she acquired to the next generation of aspiring young musicians. Along with private one-to-one lessons, she has also given masterclasses in the Adam Gyorgy Castle Academy.
Boglarka is performing on a violin by Cuypers from 1797, kindly on loan to her from the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation.