David Clark Little was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA. At an early age he began organ and piano lessons. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Penn State University as a multiple Dean's-List honored student. He studied Organ, Harpsichord, Conducting and Composition at the West Chester State University, PA; and in the Netherlands, at the conservatories of Hilversum, Amsterdam, and Utrecht. Among his teachers were several well-known performers, including harpsichordists Gustav Leonhardt, Alan Curtis, Thérèse de Goede, and Anneke Uittenbosch; and organists Keith Chapman, Anita Greenlee Mello, and Jan Raas. He has performed widely solo, and in ensembles such as Tactus Baroque Ensemble, The Academy conducted by Frans Brüggen, The Netherlands Vocal Ensemble conducted by Rudolf Grasman, The Netherlands Chamber Orchestra under Lev Markiz, and La Fiocco led by Lewis Baratz; in the USA, the Netherlands, France, and Indonesia. Several of his compositions have received prizes, honorable mentions, or were finalists in international competitions; and have been performed and broadcast all over the world. He has been given commissions for compositional work and several grants to perform his work and to attend festivals and workshops abroad. His compositions are published by Donemus Publishing, the Netherlands. He has served as Organist/Choir Director with several different denominations in the Philadelphia area, and on the Executive Committee of the SEPA-AGO. Currently he teaches organ, harpsichord & piano. Running a private studio, he produces CDs with the Adnarim label. Among these are his performances of harpsichord Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti; and his own arrangement of the Goldberg Variations by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Check out the movie clips on his YouTube channel.

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