Mateus Belloni was born in Belo Horizonte and began his violin studies at the age of 7. After private studies, the musician received a full scholarship at Fundação de Educação Artística in violin and piano, being a student of Rommel Fernandes (Brazil) and Gotz Hartmann (Germany). Winner of several competitions across the country as a soloist and chamber musician: He stood out in series of concerts; Classical Music Friday at PUC Minas, Federal University of Minas Gerais, State University of Minas Gerais, Second Musical Program, Artistic Education Foundation, Chamber Music Weeks, Young Musician BDMG. He made live DVD recordings of the Sonatas for Violin and Piano by Brahms and Schumann and participated in 5 CDs with the Orquestra Filarmônica de Goiás by Selo Naxos. It is a founding member of Duo Mineiro in partnership with the pianist Bruno Cruz and has been performing concerts with great critical and public success. He has performed as Spalla (concertmaster) and Guest Musician for several professional Orchestras and International Classical Music Festivals, such as: International Festival of Brazilian Colonial Music (2012/2013 – Spalla). International Music in the Mountains Festival (2016/2017 – Spalla). International Festival of Muzik Expedition – Brazil/Germany (2017 – Spalla). International Festival in Chilean Patagonia (2019 – Spalla). Chamber Music Weeks (2011 to 2017 – Spalla). Goiás State Youth Symphony Orchestra (Spalla). Goiania Symphony Orchestra. Ciranda Mundo Symphony Orchestra (2021 – Spalla). Spalla from the Belo Horizonte Experimental Repertoire Orchestra. Symphony Orchestra of the Marvão International Music Festival in Portugal, as the first Violino Tutti. He served as Chief of Section for the second violins Goiás Philharmonic Orchestra and Goiás Philharmonic Camerata.
As a soloist, he has maintained an intense career with chamber music, recordings, concerts in Brazil, Latin America and Italy. In 2021 he assumed the first position of Professor of Violin at the Technological Institute of the State of Goiás (Itego Dr Luís Rassi). In 2017, until now, the musician has been part of the Violin section of the Goiás Philharmonic Orchestra. The young musician performs on an Enrico Ceruti violin, ca. 1860, Cremona.