Elizabeth Clark

Elizabeth Clark, Music to LifeElizabeth has performed with her ever-evolving world/sacred music ensemble ‘Mamalama’ and as a solo artist at many theaters, festivals, retreat centers and sanctuaries throughout the region including The Omega Institute (NY), Kripalu Center for Yoga (MA), Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, Bearsville Theater, The Colony, Deep Listening Space Dream Festival, DLS Women and Identity Festival. Levon Helm Studios (with Elizabeth Mitchell and friends), Opus 40, Byrdcliffe Theater, Mettabee Farm and Arts, Old Dutch Church, Boston Yoga and Chant Festival, and many others.

She also brings her music as a healing art into a variety of settings including drug rehabilitation centers (Riverbank House, NH), Mindfulness conferences, National Interventionist Conventions (Las Vegas NV), Communities for Special Education (The Center for Discovery, Camphill Community), nursing homes, hospitals, subways of NYC, and to the bedside of those in hospice care.

A composer/songwriter with the Hudson Valley non-profit organization ‘Sagearts’ since it was formed in 2014, she has written many original, life-reflective songs with local elders, honoring their lives and experiences through the creation of original pieces of music about each person. Her most recent work through Sagearts involved writing songs with elders who are Holocaust survivors. This deeply healing and transformative music project honoring the lives of these elders was made into a documentary film for PBS called “We Remember: Songs of Survivors”, which aired nationally on PBS April 26th 2022.

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