Colleen Hartung

Department: Music

Adjunct Faculty in Music

  • Education
  • DMA, Michigan State University
  • BM, North Carolina School of Arts
  • MM, North Carolina School of Arts
  • Areas of Specialty
  • Clarinet

Colleen Hartung, clarinet, received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Michigan State University and earned Master's of Music and Bachelor's of Music degrees at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. An active freelance musician, Hartung has performed with the Allentown Symphony, the Williamsport Symphony, the Winston-Salem Symphony, Opera Roanoke, the Roanoke Symphony, and the Ashlawn Opera Festival. She has also been a participant at the Banff Centre for the Arts. While teaching at Gettysburg College, Hartung was a founding member of the SundermanWoodwind Quintet, which regularly performed on the East Coast.

Along with violinist Marcus Smolensky, she premiered Ryan Woodward’s Suite for Clarinet and Violin at the International Clarinet Association's Mid-America Clarinet Festival in 2014. Her teachers include Mark Nuccio, Elsa Ludewig-Verdehr, Tom Martin, Robert Listokin, and Brian Moorhead.

Courses taught:

  • MUSC-011 Woodwind Lesson
  • MUSC-012 Woodwind Lesson
  • MUSC-076 Clarinet Choir