Doug Clark – Musician – Educator


Doug Clark graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a Bachelor of Music Education with an emphasis on trumpet performance.  As an educator, Mr. Clark served for six years as Band Director at Robert E. Ellis Mid

dle School, Knox Doss Middle at Drakes Creek, and as an Assistant at Hendersonville High School in Hendersonville, TN.  Over the past seven years, he has been an adjudicator for the Mid-State Honor Bands and various Solo and Ensemble Festivals throughout Middle Tennessee.  Mr. Clark also served for three years as the All-State Equipment Chair, supplying all the musical equipment for the All State Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Band, and Choruses for the Tennessee Music Education Association Conference.

As a performer, Doug was a winner of the Brass Quintet Division at the National Trumpet Competition and the Solo and Duet divisions at the Tennessee Trumpet Competition.  Along with these rewards, Mr. Clark has toured and recorded with Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass and spent four summers performing on music staff at the Camp of the Woods Christian Family Resort in Speculator, NY.  He has also performed with several orchestras/wind ensembles including the Brevard Music Center Orchestra, Bryan Symphony, Murfreesboro Symphony, and the Nashville Wind Ensemble.  In addition he spent one season at the Cumberland County Playhouse in Crossville, TN, and performed as a guest soloist for the Crossville and Tullahoma High School Bands.

Doug currently resides with his lab “Bama” and his cat “Bane” in his hometown of Tullahoma, TN, where he serves as Brass Instructor and 6th Grade Band Director for the Tullahoma Band Program. He is also the Instrumental Director at the First United Methodist Church and continues to freelance throughout the Middle Tennessee area. He enjoys the outdoors, baseball, and running Tough Mudders.

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