Egbert Ennulat studied Chinese painting at the Chinese Academy for Traditional
Painting in Beijing in 1989 and, since then, with Professor I-Hsiung
Ju, in Princeton, New Jersey. Ennulat also attended master classes with
Diana Kan and Lian Quan Zhen. For the last decade Ennulat’s work has
been represented in galleries in several states and displayed in solo
shows and juried exhibitions in Georgia, Virginia and North Carolina.
Egbert Ennulat, Professor Emaritus of Music at the University of Georgia, was born in Germany in 1929 and attended the Musische Gymnasiumas a boy. From 1945 on, he studied at the Staatliche Hochschule fuer Musik in Frankfurt am Main, graduating in 1951 with the equivalent of a Master's degree in music. During these years, Dr. Ennulat served as a graduate assistant to his major professor, Helmut Walcha, an internationally famous organist and harpsichordist. In 1950 professor Ennulat won a Bach Award in a nationwide organ competition, and through the next ten years he established his reputation as a specialist in Baroque keyboard music, performing and recording internationally until his immigration to the USA in 1961. In 1963 Dr. Ennulat earned a M.M. from Yale University under Ralph Kirkpatrick, and in 1971 a Ph.D. in historical musicology at Case Western Reserve University. He has taught at Oberlin College (Ohio), The College of Wooster (Ohio), and, since 1965, the University of Georgia, where his teaching activities have been recognized with several awards.
Professor Ennulat has remained active as a performer and scholar, accepting guest professorships in Germany, South Korea, and Brazil, and presenting concerts and research papers at international conferences in Denmark, Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina, as well as concerts in Denmark, Norway, England, Holland, Sri Lanka, Venezula, Chile, South Korea, and Japan.