The Gift of Music,
The Gift of Community
ORMTA Special Teacher Award
Musical Personality of the Year: London Free Press
150 Moments that define London on its 150th anniversary: Awarded #103 for the Purchase of Aeolian Hall saving it for future generations.
Jack Richardson Music Award: Community Contributor
Western University Alumni Award of Merit and induction into The Wall of Fame at The Don Wright Faculty of Music.
Canada 150 Medal and Award through The House of Commons for Clark’s contributions to the Nation.
London North Centre Honour Roll, named by Peter Fragiskatos, MP.
Creative Cities Task Force
Honoured to have served as a founding committee member and collaborative author of London Ontario’s Creative Cities Task Force and report.
Old East Village BIA Board Member
Served as a member of The Old East Village BIA Board for over a decade working on revitalization initiatives for The Old East Village Commercial Corridor.
TEDX University of Western Ontario
I was asked to give a TEDX Talk in 2011 on the subject: “Why Take Piano Lessons”.
ORMTA London Board President
Served as President and Chair of Ontario Registered Music Teacher’s Association London Board 2013-2018.
Canadian and American Television Series Debut 2020-2021
Season 1, Episode 13 of Paranormal Night Shift Clark is on camera narrating this episode as actors play him, the ghosts, musicians and his dog.
“Dear Clark, Thanks once again for a totally pleasurable two days. You and your team were the best of hosts and best of all, the Aeolian Theatre, the audience you helped bring in and the whole ambience was just perfect including the very nice Yamaha grand. I’m sure any of my musician friends would love this venue and the wonderful way you have of hosting the artist (me in this case). I wish you all continued success in your passion to bring good music to London, Ontario and hope to play here again soon.”
“Consumed with creativity…..Clark is, in his way, a latter-day Michelangelo, sculpting his vision, shaping, refining, as new opportunities emerge, ever widening the scope of his enterprise. Clark possesses a Protean mind, capable of moving in many areas of activity. His imagination could not live happily in a fear-based, static society. What Clark creates day by day is an expression of his own curiosity, a search for understanding and action.”
(The London Yodeller 2016)