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Masayuki Maki is specialized in historical keyboard instruments. He was formerly Associate Instructor of harpsichord performance and keyboard accompaniment at Indiana University and is now Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queens College, teaching the harpsichord, organ, fortepiano, and chamber music. He also coordinates the historical keyboard collection at the Juilliard School. He is also the Associate Director of the "Rethinking Bach" summer workshop at Queens College, Tokai University in Japan, and Hansei University in South Korea. He is also on faculty with The Academy of Fortepiano Performance at the Catskill Mountain Foundation. He has played with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, New York Classical Players and various chamber ensembles and soloists. He graduated from Musashino Academia Musicae, the Early Music Institute at Indiana University, Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, and Smarano Organ Academy in Italy, and he received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University. Other than performing, he also works at the Metropolitan Opera, Trinity Wall Street, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center as a harpsichord and organ technician.