Mark Clark serves as Director of Choral Activities and Assistant Professor of Music at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. His responsibilities include directing and teaching the choral ensembles, choral classes and Music Theory. Mark holds degrees in Music Education from Wichita State University and Friends University. His primary teachers include Dr. Bud Boughton, Dr. George Gibson, and Dr. Cecil Riney.
He has attended numerous workshops featuring such notable composers and directors as Jester Hairston, John Rutter, Dr. Eph Ehly and Dr. Andre Thomas.
Mark taught 18 years in Kansas public schools as a vocal music teacher and music theatre director. His choirs and ensembles consistently received ‘I’ ratings at state music contests with numerous students being selected to participate in the State Choir at KMEA. Mark also spent four years as the Director of Choral Activities at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas. Today, some of his former students are an