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George Lucktenberg

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Clayton State University

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Clayton State University

2000 Clayton State Blvd.

Morrow, Georgia,30260

United States

Company Description

Located in South Metro Atlanta and founded in 1969, Clayton State University is committed to cultivating an environment of engaged, experienced-based learning, enriched by active community service, that prepares students of diverse ages and backgrounds to succ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Artist In Residence

Reinhardt College


Teacher

Interlochen Center for the Arts


Affiliations

Georgia State University

Music Faculty Member


Georgia Music Teachers Association

Golden Member


MTNA Audition

Member


Music Teachers National Association Inc

Member


SOUTH CAROLINA MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION INC

President


Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society

Founder and President


Education

Ohio State University


University of Illinois


degrees

piano performance

Florida State University


degrees

piano performance

University of Illinois


doctorate

performance

Florida State University


Web References(23 Total References)


Georgia Music Teachers Association > Member Honors > 50 Year Members

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George Lucktenberg
Dr. George Lucktenberg has been a member of MTNA for 50 years. His career in MTNA began when he returned from Vienna following a year on a Fulbright scholarship and began teaching at the University of Chattanooga. There he joined Tennessee Music Teachers Association. Upon taking a professorship at Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, he inquired about a state affiliate and was told there was not one in South Carolina. After three weeks of traveling and speaking with leading music teachers and university department heads, he felt that he had enough support to hold an organizing convention. At that meeting the new Constitution and Bylaws that he wrote were approved and he was voted in as the first President of South Carolina Music Teachers Association. He held that office until 1963, putting through its policies and functions and helping it grow from an initial 40 members to well over 100. During the period 1964-72, he held two Vice Presidencies and ultimately the Presidency of the Southern Division of MTNA. Since moving to Georgia in 1990, Dr. Lucktenberg has held teaching positions at Clayton State College and University, and currently teaches at Reinhardt College and Georgia State University. His local MTNA affiliation is with Cherokee Music Teachers Association. Dr.Lucktenberg attended Oberlin Conservatory, Ohio State University, and the University of Illinois, and he received a doctorate in performance from Florida State University. He taught at Interlochen Arts Camp for over 50 summers. He was also the founding president of the Southern Historical Keyboard Society.


Member Honors: GMTA's Golden Members | Georgia Music Teachers Association

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George Lucktenberg
George Lucktenberg Dr. George Lucktenberg has been a member of MTNA for 50 years. His career in MTNA began when he returned from Vienna following a year on a Fulbright scholarship and began teaching at the University of Chattanooga. There he joined Tennessee Music Teachers Association. Upon taking a professorship at Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, he inquired about a state affiliate and was told there was not one in South Carolina. After three weeks of traveling and speaking with leading music teachers and university department heads, he felt that he had enough support to hold an organizing convention. At that meeting the new Constitution and Bylaws that he wrote were approved and he was voted in as the first President of South Carolina Music Teachers Association. He held that office until 1963, putting through its policies and functions and helping it grow from an initial 40 members to well over 100. During the period 1964-72, he held two Vice Presidencies and ultimately the Presidency of the Southern Division of MTNA. Since moving to Georgia in 1990, Dr. Lucktenberg has held teaching positions at Clayton State College and University, and currently teaches at Reinhardt College and Georgia State University. His local MTNA affiliation is with Cherokee Music Teachers Association. Dr.Lucktenberg attended Oberlin Conservatory, Ohio State University, and the University of Illinois, and he received a doctorate in performance from Florida State University. He taught at Interlochen Arts Camp for over 50 summers. He was also the founding president of the Southern Historical Keyboard Society.


Oxford University Press

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This catalogue is warmly recommended: as a reference tool in its genre it is unrivaled.' George Lucktenberg, Clayton State College, Notes, December 1992 'The format of Gustafon and Fuller's volume is spacious and the printing clear.Information is logically arranged, lucidly presented, and easily accessed.


About Aliénor

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George Lucktenberg


Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums - by Ed Kottick

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"Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums" is a spectacular book written by Edward L. Kottick and George Lucktenberg.
Lucktenberg is Adjunct Professor of Music and Artist-in-Residence at Reinhardt College, and has been director of the Aliénor Harpsichord Composition Awards since 1980. Preface by George Lucktenberg


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