Clark Hubbard is a graduate student pursuing Master of Music Degrees in Percussion Performance and Chamber Music at the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theater, and Dance. Originally from Ohio, Clark holds a Bachelor of Music in Percussion Performance from Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music and has also studied at Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium (The Royal Danish Academy of Music).
While at Vanderbilt, Clark was a member of the “Spirit of Gold” Marching Band and “Spirit of Gold” Basketball Band where he played tenor drums and drum kit, respectively. Clark has also worked as a percussion instructor for Lancaster High School and a chamber music coach at the University of Michigan.
Clark is a percussionist, composer, and graphic designer whose work draws from his backgrounds in classical, contemporary, jazz, minimalist, rock, and art-pop music. A frequent collaborator and advocate for new music, Clark has been involved in over a dozen premieres of new works by other composers and has performed across the globe. He has self-published scores for over twenty of his works for chamber groups and soloists as well as released a handful of electronic music albums.