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George Lucktenberg

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SOUTH CAROLINA MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION INC

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SOUTH CAROLINA MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION INC

242 Greenview Court

Lexington, South Carolina, 29072

United States

Company Description

The South Carolina Music Teachers Association is composed of over 300 independent and collegiate music teachers. SCMTA members are members of the Music Teachers National Association, and many are also members of SCMTA Local Associations. We are part of the thr...more

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Employment History

Teaching Positions

Clayton State University


Teacher

Interlochen Center for the Arts


Artist In Residence

Reinhardt College


Affiliations

Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society

Founder and President


Georgia State University

Music Faculty Member


Georgia Music Teachers Association

Golden Member


MTNA Audition

Member


Music Teachers National Association Inc

Member


Education

Ohio State University


University of Illinois


degrees

piano performance

Florida State University


degrees

piano performance

University of Illinois


doctorate

performance

Florida State University


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Georgia Music Teachers Association > Member Honors > 50 Year Members

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

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.


Photo :: MTNA Recognizes SCMTA

SCMTA Founder George Lucktenberg, MTNA President Ann Gipson, and SCMTA Acting President Matthew Manwarren.


South Carolina Music Teachers Association Gallery of Photos - 50th Anniversary Conference

SCMTA Founder George Lucktenberg, MTNA President Ann Gipson, and SCMTA Acting President Matthew Manwarren.
SCMTA Founder George Lucktenberg, MTNA President Ann Gipson, and SCMTA Acting President Matthew Manwarren. SCMTA Founder George Lucktenberg, MTNA President Ann Gipson, and SCMTA Acting President Matthew Manwarren.


http://scgsah.org/newsarchive/renowned_fortepianist_george_lucktenberg_to_visit

Renowned fortepianist George Lucktenberg to visit Governor's School | Read More
South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities - Renowned fortepianist George Lucktenberg to visit South Carolina Governor's School for Arts & Humanities Renowned fortepianist George Lucktenberg to visit Governor's School April 2, 2010 For Immediate Release Lucktenberg to perform with granddaughter, a current music student GREENVILLE, SC - Dr. George Lucktenberg, distinguished fortepianist and keyboard aficionado, will share his experience with music students and perform with his granddaughter, a senior violinist at the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities, during an upcoming two-day visit to the school. Dr. Lucktenberg will hold a guest artist workshop on Saturday, April 10 at 10:30 am in Smith Recital Hall. On Sunday, April 11 at 3 pm, he will perform a fortepiano recital on one of the instruments from his collection of historic keyboards, also in Smith Recital Hall. Both events are free and open to the public. His visit is part of the 2010 Surdna Guest Artist Series, sponsored by a grant from the Surdna Foundation. Dr. Lucktenberg's recital will include works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Dussek, composers who would have had the fortepiano in mind for their keyboard compositions. Dr. Lucktenberg taught at Converse College for 30 years and founded the South Carolina Music Teachers Association. He has earned praise nationally for his performances, with The New York Times noting that "Mr. Lucktenberg performed throughout with gusto, combining emotional involvement with a strong sense of rhetorical direction." Dr. Lucktenberg is currently a music faculty member at Georgia Southern University in Atlanta and is artist-in-residence at Reinhardt College in Waleska, Ga. Dr. Lucktenberg developed programs for historical keyboard studies at every level, including a unique harpsichord training program for high school students at the famed Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan. He also taught piano and piano literature there for 50 summers. Dr. Lucktenberg was a founding president of the Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society. He directed the International Aliénor Harpsichord Composition Awards from their 1980 inception until 2001, supervising their quadrennial Conclave-Festivals. As a Fulbright Scholar in Vienna, Dr. Lucktenberg's studies in Western Europe led to a book, Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums, co-authored by Edward Kottick and published by Indiana University Press.


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