Eric km Clark, accomplished Violinist, composer, and improviser, has performed throughout the world, with the majority of his shows taking place in Los Angeles, Toronto, and New York City. Originally from Victoria, Canada, Mr. Clark first moved to the US in 2004 to study at the California Institute of the Arts.
He spent two years in Brooklyn performing in various ensembles before relocating to Los Angeles in the summer of 2008. Mr. Clark has collaborated in performance with many of the world’s most innovative artists and ensembles, including Han Bennink, Michael Gordon, Guy Maddin, Ensemble Sospeso, and the Silver Orchestra. Eric is a member of the Kadima String Quartet. In addition to the Quartet, he maintains a large private studio within the Kadima Conservatory. He is also the conductor of the Kadima Conservatory Junior Philharmonic. He has been a member of the California EAR Unit, Red Light New Music, Object Collection, Passenger Fish, and Skakk Rocket. Eric is the Concert Master for The Vally Symphony Orchestra.
His playing has been released on Innova, New World, Tonehole Music, and Sundialtech. A regular contributor to the new music scenes around North America, Mr. Clark’s compositions have been performed in many renowned venues, such as RedCat, Mass MoCA, the Music Gallery in Toronto, the Berkshire Fringe Festival, Theatre La Chapelle in Montreal, and the Ontological Hysteric Incubator in New York City. Mr. Clark is also excited to have recently co-founded with composer Michael Winter “The Wulf.”, an experimental concert venue located in downtown Los Angeles.