Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Introducing Colleen Clark

Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Introducing Colleen Clark

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Colleen Clark

Introducing Colleen Clark

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Colleen Clark (d-all tracks except 2) Young Joo Song (p-all tracks except 3) Dave Baron (d-all tracks) Alex Wintz (g-trks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8) Bria Skonberg (tp-trks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7) Nir Naaman (as-trks 1, 2, 8) Sharel Cassity (as-trks 3, 4, 6) Jay Rattman (b-cl -trks 1, 2, 7, 8). Brooklyn, NY, May 26 & 27, 2013

Happiness Is Fast And Slow/Take 2/Scaling/La Tristeza/La Casa Que Nos Separa/Pyotechnics/Terminal3/Fresh. TT 43:23

Some friends of mine asked me to join them for a musical event at a nearby college billed as "Fall Percussion Extravaganza". It was an interesting and varied program of strictly percussive instruments. The guest artist was Colleen Clark. I was impressed with her ability at the drum kit. We talked afterward and I learned she had made a compact disc, her first, and she would mail me a copy. Being a reliable person, the disc did arrive and again made a very favorable impression, thus this review.

Background information on Ms. Clark was provided by her. She was born in Norwich but grew up in Colchester, CT. She began her drum career at age 8, grade 4 in elementary school. She started taking lessons privately with Al Lepak of Hart School of Music from her pre-college days until he passed away in 2009. …

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