Rod is the founding director of Pride Men’s Chorus London.
Rod is also co-artistic director and conductor of The Broadway Singers, musical director at Thamesview United Church in Fullarton, Ontario, a member of London Pro Musica Choir, and works with musical theatre groups. He is a volunteer teacher in the Choral program at El Sistema Aeolian.
He taught dramatic arts and music at North Middlesex High School for 25 years, and is a graduate of the music program at Western University.
Rod is also a talented composer and arranger, many of his works and arrangements have been performed in local choirs and performance groups. Rod composed the music for “Canadian Waters Suite,” premiered by London Pro Musica Choir in 2014. Several of the pieces performed by Pride Men’s Chorus London are arranged by Rod.
Clark is the pianist for Pride Men’s Chorus London.
An award-winning concert pianist, Clark as performed internationally, recorded 14 CD’s and has been featured on radio and television. As a teacher, he has taught thousands of students, adjudicated more than 50 music festivals coast to coast in Canada, given dozens of workshops and written a book “Gateways to Learning and Memory”.
The founder of The Aeolian Performing Arts Centre, Clark believes that everyone should have universal access to music, art and culture. Because of this belief, he launched El Sistema Aeolian in 2011. This free, intensive music program has offered more than 150 children and youth an opportunity to experience the joy of a rich musical education.
Clark is engaged in community activism and speaks regularly at events, on radio and television and has given a TED talk about the power and joy of music study.
Clark Bryan (left) and Rod Culham (right)