Máté Szűcs is a Hungarian violist. He was created to a musical family members and began his education at age five, playing the violin. He examined with Ferenc Szecsődi in Szeged, after that switched towards the viola and caused Erwin Schiffer. Szűcs went to the Royal Conservatory in Brussels, the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth in Waterloo, as well as the Royal Conservatory in Antwerp, where he examined with Leo de Neve. In 1998, he was a finalist in the Jean Françaix Competition in Paris, and a laureate in the International Tenuto Competition in Brussels. Szűcs became an orchestral musician, and performed being a single violist using the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, the Dresden Staatskapelle, the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, as well as the Royal Flemish Orchestra, ultimately becoming the main violist from the Berlin Philharmonic. Szűcs performs mainly in Europe being a soloist and chamber musician, and provides documented for TYX Artwork, Profil, and Phaedra.