松田弦出生在日本高知县，十六岁开始弹吉他，松田弦在高知县高知高中完成了吉他音乐课程， 毕业于日本东京早稻田大学教育学院，曾在 Takayuki Matsui，Noboru Muraji 和 Tonomori Arai大师处学习吉他演奏。自 2011 年以来他一直在法国斯特拉斯堡的 Alexis Muzurakis 和Yasunori Imamura 处学习，松田弦于 2013 年在维也纳，奥地利学习，并且曾在意大利的波代诺内--塞戈维亚吉他学院 Paolo Pegoraro 和 Adriano Del Sal 的大师指导下学习。移居西班牙，于 2016 年 6 月从阿利坎特大学古典吉他国际大师班毕业，并获得硕士学位。
In 2011 Matsuda
studied for two years at the prestigious Conservatoire de Strasbourg in France.
Matsuda also studied music in Austria, Italy and Spain.
He finished his masters in classical guitar performance at the University of Alicante in Spain.
2013 年法国 Ville'd Antony 国际吉他比赛，评审委员会一等奖、
along with Alexis Muzurakis and Yasunori Imamura in Europe.From 2000 to 2013,
Matsuda won first prize in a total of eight competitions in both Japan and overseas,
including the 52nd Tokyo International Guitar Competition in 2009 and the International Guitar Competition,
Ville’d Antony in France in 2013. He also received recognition as best performer of a piece of music and the audience prize in the same Ville’d Antony competition in 2013.
In 2007, he held his first solo recital. Following this, in 2009, he released his first album “GENIUS.”
He released two albums, “Gen-Soul” in 2013 and “Esperanza” in 2014,
under King Records. These records have been featured on Record-Geijutsu magazines top-recommended albums lists.
In October 2017, he released his fourth solo album “Evergreen” under Fontec Records.
He also released three guitar duo records with Tomonori Arai, “The Summer Islands,”
“Enrique Granados: Danzas Espanolas” and “Jacques Ibert works for guitar”.
In 2018, he released “Toward the sea” with Mayu Izumi (flute).Matsuda also took part in Tokyo Opera City’s recital series “B to C” in 2016, where he charmed the audience with his dynamic and delicate music. On top of this Matsuda has also played many recitals in Japan, Austria, France, Germany, Thailand, and the Philippines to name a few. He also plays as a member of the Tárrega Guitar Quartet. Recently he has made several cross-genre collaborative efforts with non-classical musicians and artists. Furthermore, he has performed many recitals and taught workshops to primary and junior high school aged children in Kochi Prefecture, Japan. He does this to help create and foster interest in classical guitar among young children.For further information on Gen Matsuda, and his upcoming projects and events please visit Gen Matsuda’s official site.