Ken Huber

Kenneth Huber, a critically-acclaimed concert pianist, has performed extensively throughout the United States as soloist and collaborative artist. His 1977 recital at the National Gallery of Art featured the American premiere of Kenton Coe’s Piano Sonata. In 1968 he began a four-year tour of duty as concert pianist with the United States Navy Band in Washington, D.C., serving as accompanist for the Navy Chorus in over 350 engagements including appearances at the White House and the State Department.

Huber has been active in music education since 1960, appearing as guest lecturer, clinician, and adjudicator for national professional organizations. He has served on the faculties of Carleton College, Westminster Choir College, Augsburg College, and Virginia Intermont College. He is a performing member of the American Matthay Association and the Mannheimer Piano Festival, for which he was artistic director. Having served two terms as panelist for the Virginia Commission for the Arts, he is a passionate arts advocate most recently for the Minnesota Orchestra.

Huber holds Bachelor and Masters degrees from Indiana University. His primary teachers were György Sebök, Leon Fleisher, and Frank Mannheimer. He and his partner concert organist Stephen Hamilton currently reside in Eden Prairie.