During the last years, the german austrian pianist Mathis Bereuter could establish himself as one of the most remarkable pianists of his generation and has particularly developed a strong reputation as an exceptional chamber musician.

He gained international attention reaching the final rounds of the Busoni competition and is prizewinner of many international piano competitions like "Clavicologne" and "Mendelssohn Competition". Furthermore he was honored with the Promotion Prize of the State of Baden-Württemberg and received the “Diethard-Wucher-Preis” and “Migros Kulturprozent Förderpreis”. He holds scholarships from the "Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes".

At the age of twelve Mathis Bereuter passed the entrance examination for the music academy in Basel (Prof. Adrian Oetiker) and made his orchestral solo debut in the same year. Concerts have since taken him to the leading music centres in Europe, the Middle east and Asia, performing in venues such as Philharmonie Berlin and Suntory Hall in Tokyo or festivals like Schwetzinger Festspiele and Kyoto International Music Festival. Several recordings for BBC, SWR, SR, BR, SRF and radio stations and television channels in the Middle East and Asia document his artistic ability. In 2022 he completed his studies in the soloist class of Prof. Klaus Hellwig at the University of Arts in Berlin with distinction.

Mathis Bereuter serves as a faculty member at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin and at the University of Music and Drama Rostock and is a permanent member of the music theater ensemble "Nico and the Navigators". In addition he works occasionally as collaborative pianist at the Karajan-Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic and with musical personalities like Frans Helmerson, Jens Peter Maintz and Nora Chastain.