A thinking musician, Masayuki Maki, plays the clavichord for his family and harpsichord and organ for the public with extensive experience in lecturing and performing in all over the world. His biggest job of the year is being Associate Director of the workshop Rethinking Bach at Tokai University and Queens College. He was formerly Associate Instructor of harpsichord performance and keyboard accompaniment at Indiana University and is now adjunct faculty at Queens College, teaching harpsichord, organ, fortepiano, and chamber music. 

He tours regularly with recorder artist Eva Legêne. He has also been an artist of Poly Theatre Group, Peking University and the Gulangyu Music Festival. He has recently played with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and various chamber ensembles. Among them, he especially enjoys playing with superb musicians of New York Classical Players. As one of the most trusted harpsichord and organ technicians, he also works at the Metropolitan Opera, Trinity Wall Street, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center. His international activities have been sponsored by the Asahi Shimbun Foundation and covered by China Radio International, Asahi Newspaperr, and Early Music America Magazine, Princeton Town Topics, etc. He graduated from Musashino Academia Musicae, the Early Music Institute at Indiana University, and Queens College, and he completed the DMA at Stony Brook University.