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Hampton Inn & Suites SouthPark at Phillips Place
6700 Phillips Place Ct, Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
The People’s Gallery is pleased to welcome critically acclaimed jazz performer Damon K. Clark to Charlotte for a collaborative evening of art and jazz. Clark is a member of the award-winning Dallas Opera, and has performed extensively throughout the US and Europe.
Join us for an intimate evening of jazz and art. Guests will have the opportunity to meet Mr. Clark, as well as view local artwork from The People’s Gallery.
The event will take place in The Great Room of the Hampton Inn & Suites Charlotte / South Park located at 6700 Phillips Place Court, Charlotte, NC 28210.
Evening attire is encouraged.
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Some Of Mr. Clark's Press
First time listeners of Damon K. Clark will wonder: «Where the hell have you been all my life?” The Dallas singer’s virtuoso versatility is phenomenal. Puccini to Monk with the greatest of ease? Absolutely, and with a depth of musicality and artistry that makes every performance a revelation. — Modern Luxury Dallas
If you've been fortunate enough to attend one of Damon K. Clark's previous Kessler Theater performances, then you're already fully aware of his extraordinary talent and expertise. Every one of his shows brings a new element of surprise. — The Kessler Theatre
Damon K. Clark is a jaw-dropping talent, a gifted vocalist whose talents are near-unmatched locally. Jazz is his chosen realm and it's easy to understand why: Performing live before bare-bones jazz set-ups, his absurd range is given the front-and-center showcase it so ridiculously deserves. — Dallas Observer
You must hear jazz vocalist Damon K. Clark. He’s simply the most gifted male vocalist in DFW. Incredible. — D Magazine
Gifted Dallas-based jazz artist Damon K. Clark is a favorite of Kessler Theater audiences in Dallas, with his sophisticated arrangements, excellent choice of material, and absolutely stunning vocal skill set. — Jazz Corner
This was our first informal show. We didn't even have a stage, a marquee or a bar, but we had electricity, and we agreed to have the after-party for Wynton Marsalis' concert. At 10:30 p.m., nobody was there, but by midnight, every jazz cat in the city showed up with their instruments. When Damon K. Clark started singing at 1:30 a.m., I started tearing up because mentally it clicked that this was finally real. — Edwin Cabaniss, Owner of The Kessler Theatre
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