“My primary goal as an educator is to help my students to be creative musicians and critical thinkers. Therefore one of the fundamental part of my pedagogical work is to make them think beyond the clarinet and be inspired by the musical approaches of voice and other music instruments. To reach these capabilities we need to establish the technical skills of the performers by doing customized exercises and mental training. Moreover it is very important to me to support talent by sharing practical knowledge about classical music profession and to introduce them to the requirements and realities of classical music industry.” 

Csaba Pálfi received his diploma with honours at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest in 2011. In the same year Mr. Pálfi has been invited to the Encuentro​ de Música y Academia de Santander Festival ​where he had opportunity to play with remarkable musicians such as 

Wolfram Christ, Hansjörg Schellenberger (members of the Berliner Philharmoniker) and Radovan Vlatkovič. He was member of the Aldeburgh​Winds and Britten-Pears​ Orchestra in 2015 under the guidance of Nicholas Daniel and Oliver Knussen. 

Besides his academic studies Mr. Pálfi expanded his knowledge at numerous masterclasses such as François Benda, Yehuda Gilad, Michael Collins and Laura Ruíz. 

Mr. Pálfi is a founder member of the Weiner​Ensemble with whom they won 3rd prize at the prestigious Orlando International Chamber Music Competition​ ​ in 2016 in the Netherlands. 

Since 2016 he is a member of the Hungarian​ State Opera Orchestra​. Mr. Pálfi received DMA degree with Summa Cum Laude at the Doctorate School of the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in 2019. Since 2015 Mr. Pálfi is working as Assistant Professor at the Liszt Academy of Music.