Heather Morand Clark has studied the classical guitar since the age of 13, and currently holds certificates from the Royal Conservatory of Music for Grade Nine. She has been performing and teaching classical guitar in Caledon and Orangeville for approximately 20 years.
She has participated in master classes with, among others, John Mills, Marcin Dylla, Maximo Pujol, and Gerald Garcia, and attended numerous guitar festivals including Acadia(2007), Guitar Foundation of America(2010 - 16) and West Dean International Guitar Festival in the UK (2004,06,08,11).
Heather holds a degree in Psychology and Life Sciences from Queen’s University, and her extensive professional background in banking and finance includes senior administration positions with TD Canada Trust.
Heather’s experience in arts and culture includes holding the position of President of the Guitar Society of Toronto since 2015, and previous positions on the Boards of Directors for the Sauble Beach Guitar Festival, Caledon Community Concert Band, and Caledon Arts and Crafts for Youth (CACY), as well as Treasurer of Home and School Associations at Palgrave Public School and Allan Drive Middle School in Caledon.
Heather acts as Canadian tour manager for both Canadian and International guitarists. She writes articles on international guitar festivals (including Canada, Europe and the US) which have been published by Classical Guitar Magazine (UK) and Soundboard Magazine (USA), and she is a contributor to the on-line Classical Guitar web site www.thisisclassicalguitar.com .
- Youth (7-17)
- Adults (18+)
- Young Children (under 7)
- At own home
- At student home
- GFA Convention - Annual Festival with lessons, lectures, concerts etc. I have attended for the past 5 years - 2016
- West Dean Classical Guitar Festival - International guitar festival with lessons, ensemble, lectures, concerts. I attended 2004,06,08 and 2011 - 2011