Maksim was born in Moscow, in 1993. In 2008, he finished the Music School (class of Tatyana Directorenko, Honored Cultural Worker) and entered the Academic Music College of the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of Tatyana Directorenko). In 2012, the young musician became a student of the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of Professor Sergey Dorensky, People’s Artist of Russia).
In 2010, the 3rd Prize winner of the 6th "Beethoven Days in Moscow" Competition and Festival of Chamber and Instrumental Performance (Moscow).
In 2011, the 1st Prize winner of the 4th Open All-Russian Competition and Festival “Merzlyakova invites friends” (Moscow).
In 2012, the 2nd Prize winner of the 3rd International Bluthner Competition (Kaliningrad); Grand Prix of the 2nd “Musical Diamond” International Moscow Competition of Classical Music Performers (Moscow).
In 2013, Grand Prix of the 9th Konstantin Igumnov International Competition and Festival for Young Pianists, award in the junior group and a special prize for the best performance of Tchaikovsky music piece (Lipetsk).
In 2014, Grand Prix in ‘B’ category and a special prize of Cuomo Fund "For the best pianist from Eastern Europe" at the 24th “Roma” International Piano Competition (Italy).
In 2015, the 2nd Prize and the people's choice award winner of the 66th Gian Battista Viotti International Music Competition (Vercelli, Italy).
In 2014, the pianist got a scholarship of the Scientific Council of the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory.
Maksim is a diploma winner of the 5th “Open Europe” International Competition and Festival (Moscow, 2008).
He is a regular participant of the festivals and programs arranged by Vladimir Spivakov Foundation, Svetlana Medvedeva Social and Cultural Initiatives Foundation.
The musician is actively involved in the concert activities, plays in the Grand, Small, Rachmaninov Halls of the Moscow Conservatory, the Grand Hall of the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music.