Sunday, November 10: an evening of song with
Brad Clark and Joseph M. Wilson
Brad Clark received a Doctorate of Musical Arts in collaborative piano at the Catholic University of America in 1988. He received his Bachelors of Music in piano performance from the University of Maryland where he studied with Roy Johnson .He has performed on recitals with singers and instrumentalists throughout the United States and Europe performing in a variety of venues and styles of music from Yiddish vocal music to traditional opera. Mr. Clark has performed with the National Symphony Chamber Players , the Amalfi Coast Music Festival and the Heifetz Institute and the American Center for Puccini Studies as a vocal and instrumental accompanist. He has accompanied master classes for such distinguished artists as Birgit Nilssohn, Pinchas Zucherman, Richard Stolzman, Carter Brey, and Lynn Harrel. Mr. Clark is currently the artistic director of the Avalon Chamber Ensemble and the Wiscasset Salon Series, whose mission is to bring quality chamber music to the Washington , DC
Joseph M Wilson is a lyric tenor who recently graduated from the Catholic University of America with a dual Masters in Musicology and Library and Information Science. He is currently a student of Fabiana Bravo. He completed his Bachelor’s of Music in Voice Performance at Montclair State University, where he studied with Dr. R. Stephen Oosting. Recent operatic and musical theatre roles include Orphée (Orphée aux enfers), Roméo (Roméo et Juliette), Camille (Die lustige Witwe), and Mr. Erlansen (A Little Night Music).