During the years of studying at the Conservatorium, Mr. Chan has won many major competitions and awards in Australia, and has given concerts as a soloist worldwide. His performances as a soloist include the Hunan Symphony Orchestra, Zhejiang Province Symphony Orchestra, Xi'an Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra in China, Orquesta Sinfonia of Micheoacan in Mexico.
Fox has also given numerous solo recitals in Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy, Norway, Poland, Singapore, China, Hong Kong and Macau where his performance was met with great enthusiasm and round applause. In December 2010, Fox was awarded the prize for the "Best International String Player" in the Gisborne International Music Competition.
As a chamber musician, Fox is the founder and violinist of the Estivo trio. In July 2015, Estivo Trio became one of the 8 piano trios chosen from an international field and the only Australian piano trio selected to compete in the 7th Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition. Despite of the tremendous load of solo and chamber engagements, Mr. Chan maintained interest in teaching and was chosen to be the senior violin teacher of the Rising Stars Program of the Sydney Conservatorium. Fox also is the Founder and artistic director of the Arco Music Academy since 2012. Many of his students have been prizewinners of national competitions and local Eisteddfods. Students from his studio have also been success in auditioning into Music College in United State, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan as well as local music schools with full music scholarships. In 2017, Mr. Chan founded the "Fox International Music Association" aimed to nurtures the next generation of young musicians and encourage the appreciation of classical music.
Fox Chan plays on a 1886 Eugenio Degani violin.