Elizabeth Clark

Elizabeth Clark, Music to LifeELIZABETH CLARK is a Hudson Valley New York based composer, performing artist, multi-instrumentalist (harp, piano, voice, accordion) and humanitarian. Her work combines elements of ethereal future-folk and world music, contemporary minimalism, ecstatic poetry, mythology, and the healing arts. She has performed with her ever-evolving world/sacred music ensemble ‘Mamalama’ and as a solo artist throughout the region in venues and festivals including The Omega Institute (NY), Kripalu Center for Yoga (MA), Bearsville Theater, Deep Listening Space Dream Festival, and DLS Women and Identity Festival, to name a few. She also brings her music as a healing art to drug rehabilitation centers, mindfulness conferences, nursing homes, hospitals, the subways of NYC, places of hospice, and more. She was an artist in residence at Byrdcliffe Arts Colony in Woodstock NY from 2018-2021, where she composed and developed her first large-scale interdisciplinary body of work called ‘Seeds Under Nuclear Winter: An Earth Opera’, created site- specifically for the cavernous Widow Jane Mine in Rosendale, NY .“We Remember: Songs of Survivors”, which aired nationally on PBS April 26th 2022, is a documentary of her most recent project with Sagearts that involved writing songs with elders who are Holocaust survivors.

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