Clark Bryan


Clark Bryan was born in Simcoe Ontario into a musical family. Clark began formal studies at age four and wrote his first compositions at age six. In his youth, Clark trained with longtime pupil of the renowned pianist Géza Anda, Antonia Mazanova. Clark did his formal training at the University of Western Ontario studying solo piano with John Paul Bracey and Sonja Behrens as well as chamber music with Ronald Turini and Peter Smith. In 1992 he graduated with both Bachelor and Masters Degrees in piano performance. Clark spent many years working with the celebrated pianist Cécile Ousset both in Paris and the south of France where he refined much of his pianistic and interpretive abilities.

Clark’s performance career has taken him to Europe, Mexico the United States and throughout Canada . He has adjudicated music festivals from St. John’s to Vancouver .Mr. Bryan has recorded nine CD’s of solo piano music including two Canadian Music Centre (CMC) award nominated CD. In 2004 he received the “Special Teacher” award given by the London Branch of the Ontario Registered Music Teachers’ Association.

Clark is the executive director of the Aeolian Concert Hall, a magnificent acoustic marvel in London, Ontario and he is highly involved in promoting the musical culture of the City of London through this venue.

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