- Micah Clark
Micah Clark graduated from Wheaton College in 2010 with a Bachelor of Music in Composition. While at Wheaton, he won the Presidential Scholarship in Music, Composition Competition Prize, the Josephine Halvorsen Composition Prize, the Chamber Music Competition, Best Original Score at the Wheaton College Film Festival, and was inducted into the Wheaton College Honor Society. He received a scholarship to pursue a Masters in Music Composition at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he studied with Roger Redgate. While there, he co-founded the Goldsmiths Improvising Composers Ensemble and co-taught a student lecture series on current issues and subjects in New Music. He graduated with merit in 2012. Since then, Micah has enjoyed a wide range of jobs in music education, church music, sales, and advertising. Remaining active as a composer in the Chicago area, he also enjoys reading, writing, film, cooking, and the great outdoors.
Presentations at Calvin College:Academic Panel 4: Cultural History
Part of the: Festival of Faith and Music
Saturday, April 1, 2017
(2:00 PM–3:15 PM EST)
Meeter Center Lecture Hall
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