Martin Luther Clark
Ryan Opera Center Ensemble
Martin Luther Clark is sponsored by the Robert and Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc., Sally and Michael Feder, and Richard O. Ryan.
First-year Ryan Opera Center tenor Martin Luther Clark graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music with a master’s degree in opera.
While on the East Coast, he performed in concert with the Russian Opera Workshop both Vaudemont/Iolanta and King Charles/The Maid of Orleans during their 2019 summer season. With Curtis Opera Theatre, Clark sang the roles of First Sailor/Dido and Aeneas, Tobias Ragg/Sweeney Todd, and Don Ottavio/Don Giovanni.
In the summer of 2018, he was heard as an Apprentice Artist at Central City Opera and as the tenor soloist at the Library of Congress where he sang both published and unpublished works by Leonard Bernstein as part of the centennial celebration of the composer’s birth. He has also performed with Lyric Opera of Kansas City as a Resident Artist, University of North Texas Opera in numerous roles and galas, The Dallas Opera (cover), The Dallas Opera Outreach, Charlottesville Opera, Opera in Concert, Opera North, and Wolf Trap Opera.
In July 2020, Clark was featured in the Ryan Opera Center’s virtual concert, Lawrence Brownlee and Friends: The Next Chapter.