Chan Wei Tuck earned his Bachelors, Masters, and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in piano
performance from West Virginia University. He was awarded the Fine Arts Scholarship for his
undergraduate studies and a graduate assistantship in piano technology for his doctoral
studies. His principal piano teachers were James Miltenberger, Christine Kefferstan, and Lee
Yin Hwa. He also studied electroacoustic composition with David Taddie. He is a life member
of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society and Golden Key International Honour Society.
Wei Tuck has performed together with the West Virginia University's Symphony Orchestra and Wind Symphony, as well as the West Virginia University's University Choir, Men's and Women's Choir, and the Choral Union. In addition, he has accompanied choir ensembles and vocalists in masterclasses, recitals, state and national level competitions in Malaysia. Other solo and ensemble performances were at the National Student Composers Conference (2005), Shepherd University (2007), and West Virginia University Mountaineer Parents Club (2007). He has played in the masterclasses of Tan Siok Lan, Ng Chong Lim, Scott Beard, and Lisa Emenheiser.
Currently, Wei Tuck is a lecturer at the Institute of Music at UCSI University.