Wisconsin native Clint Fox began both piano and percussion lessons at the age of 10. Early on, his natural talent became apparent and he won several awards and competitions at both the state and national levels.
Fox received music scholarships to attend the conservatory of music affiliated with Lawrence University in Wisconsin, where he majored in piano performance and pedagogy, and also was a member of the percussion ensemble. While at Lawrence, he won opportunities to participate in master classes with pianists Gerald Groemer and Peter Serkin, and during his senior year he was the Wisconsin state winner in the Music Teachers National Association piano competition.
Upon graduating from Lawrence, Fox was awarded an assistantship to attend Bowling Green State University where he served as a graduate assistant while receiving his Master's degree in piano performance and pedagogy. In 1999 he was one of only two graduate students awarded membership into Pi Kappa Lambda, a National Music Honors Society.
Currently, Mr. Fox is as adjunct faculty member at Bowling Green State University where he teaches courses in group piano and music theory, and in 2006 was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Phi Mu Alpha fraternity. He is also the owner/director of the Perrysburg Music Center, where he gives piano lessons to approximately 50 students.
In addition to his teaching duties, Fox has served as an accompanist for the Toledo Opera, and as a staff accompanist for various summer music camps as well as local schools. He has also been part of the Perrysburg Summer Concert Series, playing at Three Meadows Park and Levis Commons and continues to do a lot of free-lance accompanying.
When not teaching, Fox enjoys composing music and his debut recording "Shadows and Reflections" is a compilation of 10 piano pieces composed between 2002-2003. He also has had “Overtones,” a collection of 11 intermediate pieces, published by Wolfhead Music in Indiana. Fox currently lives in Toledo with his wife and two daughters.