Chris Clark was named Siena Heights University’s new chorus director.
Clark, a native of Ashtabula, Ohio, completed his bachelor's degree at Cleveland State University. He recently graduated from Bowling Green State University with a double master's degree in Music Education and Choral Conducting. In 2006, Clark was appointed as the director of Vocal Music for Tinora High School, in Defiance, Ohio, where he conducted several choruses and ensembles.
Clark is also the music director of the Choraliers, a community choir in Toledo, and for Christ United Methodist Church in Oregon, Ohio. He will also be teaching voice classes at SHU.
Chorus is a one-credit course that allows each student to appreciate and perform a wide variety of choral music, as well as develop their skills in singing, listening, and interacting musically. Previous musical experience is desired, but not necessary. A love of music and desire to better one's self are the only prerequisites.
The class meets from 10-10:50 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays beginning in January 2011 next semester at SHU.
Chorus also includes an evening performance as well as other special performing events.
Questions about SHU Chorus can be directed to Clark at email@example.com.