Franciska Anna Hajdu comes from Hungary, and studied violin at the Varga Tibor Musikinstitut, followed by Baroque violin studies with Veronika Skuplik at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen. She performs in Germany and internationally with Early music groups such as La dolcezza (Veronika Skuplik), Weser-Renaissance (Manfred Cordes), L’Arpeggiata (Christina Pluhar) and Concerto Palatino (Bruce Dickey). Since 2014, she has held a scholarship at the Tesdorpf’sche gemeinnützige Stiftung.