Ruth Huber

Ruth HuberRuth Huber has a rich musical background as a composer, singer/songwriter and pianist. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in piano from the University of Maryland, a Master’s in piano pedagogy from the University of Texas at Austin, and recently a second Master’s in composition from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Her compositions have won awards from The San Francisco Art Song Festival, the San Francisco Conservatory Choral Music Competition, the California branch of the American Choral Directors’ Association, the Austin Music Umbrella Songwriters’ Competition and the Kerrville Folk Festival. She has been instrumental in founding Tapestry (the Austin Women’s Chorus) and the Rainbow Women’s Chorus of San Jose, which she currently serves as Co-director and Composer-in-Residence. Her choral music is published by Yelton Rhodes Music, and she has received commissions from choral groups around the country. Her current projects include a setting of Rumi's "Where Everything is Music" and a barbershop quartet for Artemis Singers. Ms. Huber is Music Director for the Metropolitan Community Church of San Jose. She has released three recordings, including her latest, “Spirit of Nurture,” available online by visiting

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