Faith M. Lueth is a Professor of Music Education at Berklee College of Music. She is a graduate of Boston University, holds a MM in Choral Conducting from the Boston Conservatory and the Artist-Teacher Diploma from the Choral Music Experience Institute.
She has served as a choral adjudicator, clinician and conductor throughout the East Coast and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Mrs. Lueth has presented choral workshops for state, regional and national conferences of NAfME (National Association for Music Educators) and state and regional conferences of the American Choral Directors Association. Her choral groups have been selected to perform at several ACDA and NAfME Conferences.
Her awards for distinguished teaching have included the Lowell Mason Award presented by the Massachusetts Music Educators Association for excellence and leadership in music education, the prestigious Distinguished Service Award given by the Massachusetts Music Educators Association for outstanding leadership and contributions to Music Education, and the Dean’s Award for Creative Scholarship and Professional Contributions presented by Berklee College of Music Professional Education Division.
Mrs.Lueth is a past president of MA ACDA and has served on the board of the Eastern Division American Choral Directors Association. She is a past president of the Massachusetts Music Educators Association and is the Choral Techniques Editor for the MMEA publication, Massachusetts Music Educators Journal.
She has participated in the development of anchor standards for high school choral ensembles and has been an active participant in the development of Common Music Assessments with Connecticut and Massachusetts music educators. Ms Lueth has served as consultant to several school districts .