Edith Moore-Hubert, Adjunct Applied Instructor (piano) and Staff Accompianist,
completed her bachelor’s degree with Hugh Thomas at Birmingham-Southern College,
and continued her piano studies with Herbert Stessin of the Juilliard School.
She obtained her master’s degree in piano performance from Manhattan School of
Music, where she studied piano with Solomon Mikowsky and chamber music with
Gary Graffman. After graduate school Edith returned to her home town of Birmingham
and continued her studies with Dolores Hodgens Howard, while teaching at the
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham-Southern College Conservatory,
and Indian Springs School. Since moving to Jacksonville, she has been
accompanist for the North Florida Women’s Chorale, University of North Florida
Concert and Chamber Choirs. Currently she is a member of the adjunct faculty at
Florida State College at Jacksonville and Jacksonville University, and on the
faculty of First Coast Community School of Music.
An active chamber musician, Ms. Moore-Hubert has performed as an
accompanist in Leipzeig, Weimar, Nurnberg, Bern, Strasbourg, New York,
Philadelphia, and throughout the Southeast. Edith is also founder and director
of the St. Cecilia Arts Ensemble, an independent sacred music ensemble, which
performs regularly at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, Florida.