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musician

Jocelyn Collette Clark, musician. Board member World Affairs Council, Juneau, 2005—2006; Member of Chamber Music American, College Music Society, Society for Gayageum Byeongchang, Association for Korean Music Research, Society for Ethnomusicology.

Background

Clark, Jocelyn Collette was born on January 10, 1970 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of James Francis Clark, III and Susan Carol Raymer.

Education

Bachelor, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1992. Master of Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1996. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 2005.

Career

Founding executive director CrossSound, Inc., Juneau, Alaska, since 1999. Founding director Ensemble IIIZ+, since 2001. Councilor Alaska State Council on the Arts, Anchorage, since 2004.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translator hanguk akki (korean musical instruments). Author: (cd liner) Kayagûm Masterpieces Vols. 1-4.

      Editor (translation): (book) Source Materials for Korean Musicology Volunteer 35: Folding Screens of Court Banquets and Congratulatory Ceremonies in the Joseon Dynasty.

Membership

Board member World Affairs Council, Juneau, 2005—2006. Member of Chamber Music American, College Music Society, Society for Gayageum Byeongchang, Association for Korean Music Research, Society for Ethnomusicology.

Connections

Married Stefan Hakenberg, July 15, 1999.

father:
James Francis Clark

mother:
Susan Carol Raymer

spouse:
Stefan Hakenberg