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Who is Clark?

Clark is a nineteen year old professional musician, in denial about his northern heritage. First coming to church music at the tender age of fifteen, he planned on training as an organist, before realising his ineptitude, and instead he 'gave singing a go'. Something clearly worked out because Clark has held the title of Bass Choral Scholar at Hereford Cathedral, under the musical direction of Geraint Bowen, since September 2016. The resultant move south appeased Clark's closet southernness, as 'bath' quickly became 'barth'. Alongside playing the organ, piano and singing badly, Clark's compositions have been performed all around the globe, surprisingly.

Avoiding life-long psychological scarring, Clark survived Boarding School, where he studied A Levels in Music, Latin, History, and Politics. Here, he was the only person stupid enough to accept the Organ Scholarship. Broken, desolate and demoralised, he found refuge away from the console in the choir stalls of Blackburn Cathedral very far away from school. Aside from music, Clark enjoys photography, acting and exploring the countryside on foot, often at the same time. In the past, Clark has been known to dabble in the world of YouTube and local radio. He also maintains the remains of this fallen media empire in the form of blogs, videos and witty remarks on Twitter! He's also quite sarcastic.

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Clark studied Music, Latin, History and Politics at A-Level. He undertook these at Kirkham Grammar School, an independent boarding school in Lancashire, where he boarded for the last of his 14 years there. Clark achieved 11 GCSEs at A*/A grades.


Clark played an incredibly active role in the School community during his School Career. As Organ Scholar from 2013 to 2016, he played a pivotal part in the choir, orchestra, concert band and swing band to name a few.

Music Career

Quickly advancing from Parish Organist to Cathedral Scholar, Clark passed through the roles of Sub-Organist in his local church, via the post of Assistant Director of Music at Preston Minster, to Cathedral Choral Scholar at Blackburn Cathedral in 2015.


Stretching from his home county of Lancashire, to the far reaches of Canada and New Zealand, Clark's compositions have been performed by a vast array of groups in various different contexts. All of these compositions are available for free on this website!