Brad Clark received a Bachelor of Music in piano performance from the University of Maryland and a Doctorate of Musical Arts in collaborative piano at the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music at Catholic University of America. He has performed on recitals with singers and instrumentalists throughout the United States and Europe. He was also the rehearsal accompanist for Summer Opera Theater and the opera productions at The Benjamin T. Rome School for many years. Mr. Clark has performed with the National Symphony Chamber Players, the Amalfi Coast Music Festival, the Heifetz Institute and the American Center for Puccini Studies. He has accompanied master classes for such renowned artists as Birgit Nilsson, Pinchas Zucherman, Richard Stolzman, Carter Brey, Lynn Harrel, and James Galway. Mr. Clark is currently the artistic director of the Avalon Chamber Ensemble and the Wiscasset Salon Series.
Why Child Justice?
Because children are among the most vulnerable population in our world and they need protecting because , by nature of being children, they cannot defend themselves from harm. Child Justice is the strongest advocate I know for the protection of children.