Fanni Edőcs was born into a musical family in Budapest. She discovered the harpsichord at the age of fourteen. In 2004, she won the second prize, than two years later the first prize of the National Harpsichord Competition. She studied at Liszt Academy, Budapest (class of Anikó Horváth, János Sebestyén and Ágnes Ratkó) where she was awarded an ‘excellent’ master diploma in 2014. She was also working with Nicholas Parle at Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig, where she was a scholarship holder. In summer academies and masterclasses she worked with professors such as Gordon Murray, Bernhard Klapprott, Ketil Haugsand, Pierre Hantai etc. She performs regurarly as a continuo player in different ensembles (Les Jardin des Arts, Budapest Bach Consort) in Hungary and in Europe. As she would like to stay always open towards new experiences, Fanni likes to contribute in alternative musical groups and projects. In 2014, she founded the Budapest based Recurring Company.