Maxy Chan became the first Malaysian to win gold awards at the prestigious 2013 and 2014 Asia Piano Competition in Taiwan and South Korea respectively. She had obtained her ATCL (2010), LTCL (2012), and FTCL (2014) diplomas in piano performance from Trinity College, London. She has appeared at 10th Penang Island Jazz Festival, 11th Johor Bahru Arts Festival, 22nd Kota Kinabalu Music Festival, 41st Klang Music Festival, 3rd Euroasia Youth Music Festival, and many others. She was invited to perform at TEDxUCSIUniversity Theme: Synchronization titled “Get Your Life in Sync” in 2017. She had organized and performed a piano solo fundraising recital for UNICEF Malaysia titled TOMORROW at Bentley Music Academy in 2017 and presented a lecture recital at UCSI Piano Pedagogy Conference 2017 on Performance Perspectives on Ng Chong Lim’s A Distant Voice of the Rain Forest: Musical Elements, Preparation Guidelines, and Interpretations at UCSI University. She graduated from UCSI University with Bachelor of Classical Music (Hons.) in 2019.