Sheffield, MA

Director: Chris Clark

“My Bonny Lass She Smelleth” by PDQ Bach

About Director Chris Clark
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Chris Clark holds an undergraduate music degree from Cleveland State University, and a double Masters in Music Education and Choral Conducting from Bowling Green State University. He has taught for a number of years in the Ohio public school system, where his students earned superior ratings at state adjudicated festivals, toured locally, and shared the stage with the University of Toledo choirs. Mr. Clark also has given lectures at state professional development conferences, and conducted a number of community choirs. Currently, Mr. Clark lives in Massachusetts, where he has become the Director of Music for the Southern Berkshire Regional School District, where he teacher choir in grades 3-12. He performs regularly around the area, directing the Sheffield Messiah Choir, The Albany Gay Men’s Chorus, and assistant directing the Cantilena Chamber Choir.

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  • Lively presentation by leaving students independent ( after rigorous practice ! )
    Beautiful singing as a unified group with good diction and fun action in their individual costumes – all a delight to hear and see !

  • Sandy Clark

    Wow! This was neat! Diction, musicality, and costumes were great! Making fun of the classics is fun. The students looked like they were enjoying themselves.

  • Terrific! I love this piece! Good luck from your friends at Wahconah!!

  • Travis G. Daly

    Excellent work!

  • Essy S Dean

    Great job!

  • Eric Blackburn

    Incredible performance by outstanding young people. Renews your faith in the next generation.

  • Guest

    Good Sound!!!

  • Lee Dixon

    Excellent performance – completely engaging. Bravo.

  • Brian Vierstra

    a little silly, but I thought theirs was the best performance of the day. Love the costumes, but even in their posture and the way they arranged themselves as a group, there seemed such parity in the voices or communication between members. Gets my vote

  • This program is sponsored in part by:

    Additional support is provided by: A grant from The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts from the Raymond E. and Mildred G. Clark Foundation Fund and the Members of WGBY.