- D.M.A., Michigan State University
- M.M., University of North Carolina School of the Arts
- B.M., University of North Carolina School of the Arts
- Gender and music
Activities and Other Interests
Dr. Colleen Hartung has performed with the Allentown Symphony, the Williamsport Symphony, the Winston-Salem Symphony, Opera Roanoke, the Roanoke Symphony, and the Ashlawn Opera Festival Orchestra. She has also been a participant at the Banff Centre for the Arts. In 2014 Dr. Hartung premiered Ryan Woodward’s Suite for Clarinet and Violin with Dr. Marcus Smolensky at the International Clarinet Association’s Mid-America Clarinet Festival. She also performed at the International Clarinet Association’s 2018 ClarinetFest in Ostende, Belgium.
An avid chamber musician, she was a founding member of the Sunderman Woodwind Quintet while on the faculty of the Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College. Dr. Hartung has also performed with the Dover Quartet and toured internationally with the Weis Trio.
Dr. Hartung received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Michigan State University and earned her Master’s of Music and Bachelor’s of Music degrees at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Her teachers have included Brian Moorhead, Robert Listokin, Elsa Ludewig-Verdehr, Thomas Martin, and Mark Nuccio.
Dr. Hartung is currently principal clarinet with the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra and teaches clarinet at Bucknell University and Susquehanna University.