- EdD, Curriculum and Instruction, Bob Jones University
- MMus, Piano Pedagogy, Southern Methodist University
- MMus, Piano, Bob Jones University
- BMus, Piano Pedagogy, Bob Jones University
- Graded Piano Literature I (PPd 201)
- Internship in Piano Teaching (PPd 611, PPd 613, PPd 614)
- Piano Classes for the Non-Major (Pi 102)
- Piano Classes for Voice & Orchestral Instrument Majors or Principals (Pi 196)
Dr. Lorri Conder Turcios is an associate professor of piano and piano pedagogy at Bob Jones University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in piano pedagogy and master’s degree in piano performance from BJU as well as a master’s degree in piano pedagogy from Southern Methodist University. In 2015, she completed an EdD in Curriculum and Instruction with concentrations in music and piano pedagogy. Her doctoral dissertation was titled "An Investigation of the Effects of Cognitive Chunking Practice on the Sight-reading Achievement of University Non-major Group Piano Students."
As an undergraduate pedagogy major, Lorri began studying musicians’ wellness with an emphasis in ergonomic technique and injury prevention. Her wellness studies have included courses and private lessons with Barbara Conable (Body Mapping) and Sheila Paige (Taubman Technique and biomechanics), as well as observation of Alexander Technique and Taubman lessons. She is the music department’s resident specialist in musicians’ injuries--giving lectures and actively counseling musicians with pain and technical issues from both BJU and the surrounding area.
Dr. Turcios is a sought after judge for piano auditions in the upstate of South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. She is also past vice-president of programs for the Greenville Music Teachers Association and has lectured on musicianship skills for the organization. She is chair of the GMTA Piano Skills Festival committee for which her responsibilities include curriculum planning, document preparation and organizing the yearly event.
Lorri loves her private and group piano teaching where she encourages her students to create beautiful music for God's glory with healthy physical technique. She also teaches the undergraduate course PPd 201, Graded Piano Literature 1, and the graduate Internship in Piano Teaching. She furthers her knowledge in current trends in piano pedagogy by attending conferences and seminars such as the World Conference in Piano Pedagogy, the National Group Piano and Pedagogy Conference, publisher seminars, South Carolina Music Teachers Association Conferences and keeping abreast of all new research in the fields of music pedagogy, musicians' wellness and music psychology. Sharing what God has taught her through these experiences is a great honor.