Hye Eun Suh is an active freelance teacher and pianist in the Cincinnati area. Born in South Korea, Ms. Suh is a major prizewinner in several national and international piano competitions. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, OH. While pursuing the degree, she appeared in numerous recitals and concerts as a soloist and a chamber musician, including a concerto concert with Oberlin Orchestra.

Ms. Suh continued her study at University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) where she received her Master of Music degree in piano performance and began a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance with a cognate in piano pedagogy. While at CCM, Ms. Suh received a graduate teaching assistantship and taught various levels of piano classes and applied piano lessons. In addition, she was a staff accompanist and a substitute piano instructor for the CCM Preparatory Department of Music. As an active member of MTNA, she participated in group presentations and poster sessions in MTNA Collegiate Chapters Piano Pedagogy Symposium and OhioMTA conference. 

Currently, Ms. Suh is an adjunct professor at Northern Kentucky University, as well as a piano instructor at University of Cincinnati Communiversity. In addition, she is a piano instructor at The Seven Hills School, and a private studio teacher in the Cincinnati area. She also serves as a staff pianist at Northern Kentucky University and an organist/pianist at Kennedy Heights Presbyterian Church in Cincinnati.