Lee Clark started playing flute in 4th grade in France & turned pro at the age of fifteen having studied with Susan Stockhammer, Barbara Fessendon, and Roger Stevens (1st flutist-L.A. Phil). She also studied voice with Martha Abbott, Lila and Val Stuart at the University of Redlands, and later, with Nolan Vanway. Teaching for USC at Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts, Clark met Will Geer, and became his music director. Graduating from Warner Brothers’ Film Acting School, she became conductor of the orchestra and chorus for the first season of the L.A. Free Shakespeare Festival where she met John Ritter, becoming his music director. She has soloed with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, at the Los Angeles Forum Theatre, and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center, recorded for commercials, tv, and film in L.A., in addition to covering vocal inpersonations for Cher. Having opened for bands like Jefferson Airplane, Three Dog Night, Canned Heat, and Z.Z.Top, Lee now performs with her daughter, Tori Roze, and teaches special education, music, and general education for various districts in San Diego County.