The music of Félix Lajkó can hardly be categorised. You can find East-Mid-European folk music, jazz, classical music, rock and blues in his performances, he combines motifs of folk, jazz, gypsy music, and the Jewish klezmer in a masterful way.
According to the maestro, he listens to all kinds of music. To him the genre doesn’t matter, what matters is music itself. He loves to practice; however, he doesn’t do it in a scholarly way, but rather he picks up his instrument and he plays. In a previous interview, he mentioned that he owns seven violins and four violas, his favourite is a violin that was made in the 17th century Italy. It doesn’t have a famous brand, but has a soft, yet strong sound.