Lori Huth
  • Artist-Lecturer in piano
  • Suzuki Piano


Lori Huth graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from West Chester University as a piano major, voice minor with a concentration in vocal-choral. She studied Suzuki pedagogy under master clinicians Carole Bigler and Valery Lloyd Watts, pioneers in bringing Suzuki Piano to the U.S. She attended teacher training institutes at Queens University, Kingston Ontario, under Bigler/Watts for several summers, and George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, under Carol Lubetkin of Oberlin Conservatory.

She taught general music in the Diocese of Allentown and also Bethlehem School District, but focused on Suzuki when she began teaching at the Suzuki Center of the Lehigh Valley. At Moravian, she teaches both Suzuki and traditional piano. As a member in PMTA, Pennsylvania Music Teachers' Association, she offers her students opportunities to excel yearly by entering several special auditions, an annual Hannah Young Playathon, and Annual Piano guild Auditions.