Graham Clark

Graham Clark

born on 16/12/1959

Graham Clark (violinist)

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Graham Leslie Lionel Clark (born 16 December 1959) is an English jazz violinist based in Buxton, Derbyshire. He also plays guitar, and double bass; a freelance violinist in most styles of jazz, rock, blues and pop, he specialises in improvisation. Worked with Daevid Allen from 1988 - 1996 (in the psychedelic jazz rock band Gong '90 - '92).


  • "Flocking", 2007, a collaboration between Clark's improvising string quartet and four singers.
  • World premiere of two suites by Jean-Claude Vannier, October, 2006 at the Barbican, London: featured soloist with BBC Concert Orchestra
  • BBC Radio 3 broadcast for "Mixing It", 2004: improvised violin duets with Mark Feldman

Selected discography

Featured artist on:

  • 2009 "Improvisations: Series 1" Graham Clark & Stephen Grew (GAS)
  • 2005 "Toolshed Album" Toolshed (Twisted Nerve)
  • 1997 "Isthmus" Clark, Thorne, Fell (GAS)
  • 1997 "Typhoid And Swans" Sleepy People (Edgy Records)
  • 1995 "Dreaming a Dream" Daevid Allen (GAS)
  • 1992 "Shapeshifter" Gong (Celluloid, France)
  • 1989 "Gongmaison" Gongmaison (Demi Monde)

External links

  • Artist's website
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