Mr. Clark has worked with my precocious 10 year old son for about 6 months now. As someone who knows little about music, I have had to learn what little I do know through research, observation, and experience. My absolute goal is to find my son great teachers. What I have come to conclude is that greatness comes from the application of a methodical approach, knowledge, passion, but so too are the intangibles essential, It's those intangibles that make the difference between good and great. As a teacher, Mr.Clark has mojo. He connects and conveys in a way that is conducive to development. He is of even temper, high intelligence, a craftsman, and is just one classy guy. My son has gone from having no vocal presence to now having the ability and confidence to sing on stage. Watching him work with my child is akin to watching Michelangelo chip away at the stone from which David might be born. If one word comes to mind it is "metamorphosis"; Mr. Clark is the impetus that can drive just exactly that in his students. If there were one fear I have it is that at some point Mr. Clark becomes so sought after as a music teacher that our access to him is compromised.