Lajos was born in Szolnok, Hungary ,in 1990.
Music caught his attention early, he started to study classical piano at the age of 9. He continued his studies throught high school, meanwhile he got involved in numerous rock, reggae and blues bands. After graduation he turned to jazz, becoming a student of Viktor Bori and János Nagy.
In 2010 his trio in Budapest won the first prize of „Lakatos Ablakos Dezső Jazz Competition”.
He was admitted to the University of Music in Graz, Austria in 2011. He has been studying with Olaf Polziehn.
He established his trio in 2012, which participated in the final of Tarnów International Jazz Contest (PL) the same year.
A year later his trio won the best band and he won the best soloist prize on the jazz contest in Tirgu Mures, Romania.
In 2016, the trio won the Big Sky Jazz Competition in Moscow (RU).
They have toured in Austria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, and Spain, playing in 23Robadors (Barcelona), Zoo (Ljubljana), Opus Jazz Club (Budapest), Green Hours (Bucharest), Piec Art Jazz Club (Kraków), among many others.
One of his compositions, „Strong River”, have won the Downbeat Magazine’s Student Jazz Award Prize.
In 2016 he won the 1st Prize on the 5. International Jazzhaus Piano Competition in Freiburg.
Lajos finished his studies in 2018. The same year his new quartet won first prize on the interational Jazzcompetiton in Zilina Slovakia. The band got invited to the Zilina Jazzfestival and had a chance to share the stage with a famous american Jazzband called The Yellowjackets.
In 2019 he won the 2nd prize on the Riga Jazz Stage Piano Competition.
He had a chance to work with Howard Curtis, Vladimir Kostadinovic, Klemens Marktl, Morten Ramsbol, Michael Abene, Ed Partyka, Zsolt Bende, Wayne Thomas Brasel, Emilia Martenson, Martina Martenson, Márton Fenyvesi, Lucas Martinez Membrilla.