Travel Advisory for Oct. 12 Info Session

A closure of Washington Street (Route 9) between Pearl Street and High Street in Brookline may affect those traveling from West of Boston to our Monday, Oct. 12 Undergraduate Information Session.

Get details about the road closure plan

Leland Clarke

Faculty Member Leland ClarkAssociate Professor of Education and Music
Phone: 617-879-2129
Office: Brookline 009

Educational Degrees

B.S. (Education) 1975, Wheelock College
M.Ed. (Early Childhood Education) 1976, Lesley College
Ed.D. (Early Childhood Education) 1981, Boston University

Leland Clarke is associate professor of Education and Music. Prior to coming to Wheelock College in 1994, he taught for 18 years in the Boston Public Schools. He teaches music performance and music history courses.

Most recently, he produced  "I Sing a World, a 7-CD Boxed Set and Educator's Guide that takes listeners beyond the familiar range of well-known lullabies and nursery rhymes to traditional songs from Japan, Wales, Germany, Africa, India, Ireland, England, Sweden, China and the United States. The set was produced and published in collaboration with Andell Records, the Wheelock Arts Dept., and Wheelock's Center for International Programs and Partnerships. Clarke has also published "My Lord, What a Morning, African American Spirituals" by Andell Records.

He is the creator of The Roxbury Historical Trail, a curator of the Historic Roxbury Foundation, and he serves as pastor of Hope Baptist Church in Hyde Park, MA.

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