Dozens of musicians, some of whom world famous, who have worked with Zala Kravos have been impressed by her talent and musical maturity.
Maria João Pires, her former teacher at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, declared that Zala was one of the greatest talents she had ever seen. Audiences are charmed not only by her impressive technical skills, but first and foremost by her musicality and her convincing interpretations of a repertoire which extends from polyphonic and classical to romantic, 20th century, and contemporary music, sometimes written especially for her.
In spite of her young age, Zala is already an experienced artist. She has been performing regularly since the age of five, both solo and with orchestras and – more recently – in different chamber music set-ups. She has played in sixteen countries, including China and the US. In December 2018, she was nominated for the prize ‘Export Artist of the Year’ in Luxembourg.
In June 2017, at the age of fourteen, she recorded her first album (Brahms, Chopin, Liszt, and a contemporary piece written for her), which has been very well received by the critics and the media in seven European countries.