Jaclyn Hartenberger serves as the Associate Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Georgia where she conducts the Wind Symphony and teaches conducting. Dr. Hartenberger received her Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts in Conducting from The University of Texas at Austin, where she studied with Jerry F. Junkin. While serving as a graduate conducting associate, she conducted various ensembles, wrote transcriptions, and arranged and charted for the Longhorn Band. She received her Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of North Texas, where she performed and recorded with the prestigious UNT Wind Symphony. Dr. Hartenberger’s public school teaching experiences include developing award winning band programs as the Associate Director of Bands at both Forestwood Middle School in Flower Mound, TX and Centennial High School in Frisco, TX.
Jaclyn Hartenberger has served as a visiting conductor for the Santa Fe Concordia Wind Ensemble in Santa Fe, NM; the West Point Band in New York; the University of Missouri Wind Ensemble in St. Louis; and the Festival International de Inverno da USFM in Brazil. Dr. Hartenberger has presented at professional workshops/clinics that focused on ensemble concepts for the developing performer at the Missouri State Music Educator’s Annual conference, for Texas Independent School District In-Services, and at the National Association for Music Education–Southwest Division Conference.
Her professional affiliations are the College Band Directors National Association, Georgia Music Educators Association, and the National Association for Music Education.