Matthew Jenetopulos began his violin lessons at the age of 4 in Connecticut. In 2004, he was accepted to Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, MI where he studied with Paul Sonner and chamber music with Hal Grossman. In 2005, after graduating from Interlochen, Matthew attended Lawrence University for two years studying violin with Stephane Tran Ngoc and chamber music with Matthew Michelic and Wen Lei Gu. In 2007 he transferred to the Hartt School of Music to study with Anton Miller and earned a Bachelor of Music in Music Management in 2009.
Matthew has been playing chamber music for over 10 years. In 2009, he traveled to Turkey for a three week tour with his trio "The Anatolian Trio". In 2004 he was given the Certificate Award and Excellence in Chamber Music Award from the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, CT and was awarded scholarship to attend the Advanced String Quartet Institute at Interlochen Arts Camp where he studied intensively with the Pacifica and Maia Quartets. He is the founding violinist of the Anatolian Trio and the Guilford String Quartet. He has performed in master classes for Kenneth Sillito of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Abram Loft of the Fine Arts Quartet, Jan Nykryn of the Czech Nonet, Marcy Rosen of the Lion's Gate Trio, and the Daedalus String Quartet.