Scirocco Winds is a 501 (c)(3) Not for Profit Public Charity.

All donations made to our organization are tax-deductible.


Kimberly Clark is an active recitalist and chamber musician who has performed across the United States and in Europe. 

Formerly on faculty at the University of Houston Moores School of Music, Dr. Clark is highly sought as a teacher and clinician performing and giving masterclasses at universities and music conferences across the US. She has performed, lectured, and conducted at seven National Flute Association conventions and has been a guest artist at the Florida Flute Fair, Costal Bend Flute Symposium, Kentucky Flute Society, Texas Flute Society, Texas Bandmasters Association, and Texas Music Educators Association. 

Kimberly is the Executive Director of Floot Fire Inc., a 501 C3 organization teaching the art of flute playing. She directs Floot Fire workshops in Austin, Boston, Brownsville, Dallas, Evansville, Houston, New York, and Oklahoma City. She has served the National Flute Association on the Board of Directors, as the Flute Clubs Coordinator, and as the Piccolo Artist Competition Coordinator. Dr. Clark is former President and Flute Fest Coordinator for the Houston Flute Club.

Kimberly's interests are wide and varied. Her publications include a transcription of Ibert’s Histoires for Flute and Piano (available from Leduc) and articles in Flute Talk Magazine and the Flutist Quarterly. She is a certified Alexander Technique teacher and a licensed Andover Educator teaching Body Mapping to musicians.