Lauren D. Clark is an active performer and teacher of music. She has a wide breadth of experience teaching various age groups, class and ensemble sizes, and subjects.
As a performer, Miss Clark has earned copious opportunities to sing and conduct all over the world. As a vocal soloist and chorister, she has sung in venues across the United States and in countries such as Italy, Austria, Ireland, Israel, and South Korea. As a conductor, she has led numerous ensembles around the country. She prides herself on having training and experience with choral ensembles, orchestras, and masterworks ensembles. Her clarity of gesture, efficient rehearsal technique, creative problem solving strategies, and positive attitude make her a sought-after ensemble leader.
Miss Clark is a candidate for the degree Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) in Choral Conducting and Pedagogy at the University of Southern Mississippi (Dr. Gregory Fuller). She has earned a Master of Music (MM) in Choral Conducting from the University of South Carolina (Dr. Larry Wyatt) and an Artium Baccalaureus (BA) in Music from Rollins College with concentrations in choral and orchestral conducting (Dr. John Sinclair), as well as music composition (Dr. Daniel Crozier). She is currently writing her dissertation in conjunction with the Moravian Music Foundation and is a member of the music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota.
Miss Clark attributes much of her success to the foundational training she received from the incredible music educators she had at YSPB and in the School District of Palm Beach County. When not making music, she enjoys spending time with her tiny dog Gustavo Frederic (Gus for short), crocheting, and playing board games with friends and family.