The wonderful country where he was born and his great family made it possible for him at the age of 9 to find his beloved instrument, trombone and singing. His parents, also professional musicians, suggested that he should pursue instrumental studies seriously, this is how he started to learn the basics of trombone playing, followed by advanced studies at the college of music and the Franz Liszt Music Academy with Tivadar Sztán and Dr. Hőna Gusztáv.
Bass trombone was his final choice, together they won several competitions in 2008 Jeju, Korea, 2006 ITF, Birmingham, UK and 2005 ITF, New Orleans, USA.
In addition, the Corpus Trombone Quartet, he was a founding member of, also won three first places in international competitions 2005 München, Germany, 2003 Guebwiller, France and 2003 ITF Helsinki, Finland.
As a bass trombone player, he became one of the most universal musicians, who first played in the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, then joined the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra (NedPho) in Amsterdam and from 2016 the Essener Philharmoniker. He worked together as a substitute with the following orchestras BBC Wales National Symphony Orchestra, Opera North, Leeds, England, Palau de les arts „Reina Sofia” Valencia opera House, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Netherland Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra, Bavarian Rundfunk Symphony Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and The Hallé Orchestra Manchester.
Matyas Veer hold masterclasses worldwide and judging in competitions in 2014 DBTO, Dutch Bass Trombone Open, 2014 Laetzsch Trombone Festival, 2016 JEJU Brass Festival. He also recognised teacher worked together with several Universities for example in 2014 Guest Professor at Rotterdam CODART and in 2016 Guest professor at CVA Conservatorium of Amsterdam.
Matyas is a Rath Trombones Artiste and plays on both the Rath Bass and Contrabass Trombones.