Clay Zambo has served as a liturgical musician in his native Pennsylvania, Ohio, Delaware, California, and, most recently, nearly 13 years at Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Wilton.
Clay's work for the theatre as a composer and lyricist includes Windjammers (American Folklore Theatre, Wisconsin); Blue Apron and Transit of Venus (Marymount Manhattan College, NYC); and Greenbrier Ghost (Spirit of Broadway, CT), and more than a dozen musicals premiered at NYC’s Kaufman Center. His published work includes the musical Post Modern Living and the choral anthem “A Mother’s Carol” (published by Boosey and Hawkes).
Clay is a member of BMI and the Dramatists Guild, an alumnus of Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College, a pretty good cook, and a runner.
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