Jaclyn Hartenberger is a highly sought performer, with artistry that has attracted invitations throughout the world. Under her leadership, ensembles consistently perform at a high level, and her programs are enthusiastically received. Their performances have been described as “superb,” “praiseworthy,” “terrific,” “impressive,” and displaying “artistry.”
An advocate for music’s future, Jaclyn frequently performs with young up and coming musicians throughout the country in addition to her appearances with the UGA Wind Symphony. Jaclyn has also collaborated with UGA’s faculty for performances of Milhaud's La Creation du Monde, Stravinsky's Concerto for Piano and Winds, and a variety of new pieces by UGA composers. Jaclyn has appeared with other professional ensembles including the West Point Band in New York, the Concordia Santa Fe Wind Ensemble in New Mexico, the Festival International de Inverno da USFM in Brazil, and the Salta Symphony Orchestra in Argentina.
Jaclyn Hartenberger serves as the Associate Director of Bands and Associate Professor of Music at the University of Georgia. In addition to serving as the conductor for the Wind Symphony, she teaches undergraduate and graduate conducting. She received a Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts in Conducting from The University of Texas at Austin. Her Bachelor of Music Education degree is from the University of North Texas, where she performed and recorded with the prestigious UNT Wind Symphony.