Clark Community Choir Generations Singing Together





We Miss You!

We miss singing so very much.  We miss entertaining our communities very much.  We last sang together in March which feels a lifetime ago.

Above all, we want to keep our members, our families and everyone else safe.  Sticking strictly to Scottish Government guidance, we have not been, and will not be rehearsing or performing for the foreseeable future .... we may have some virtual entertainment for you in future so watch this space.

As a community choir, we love to be able to use our singing to raise funds that we give back to the community.  If you are an Amazon online shopper, then please consider the choir as your Amazon Smile chosen charity.  Visit

While we aren't singing at this time as a choir and are not accepting new members, we do recommend singing in the comfort of your own home - does wonders for your mood.  Keep safe and keep well.



The Clark Community Choir (Generations Singing Together) was formed in 2009, following the sad passing away of Robert Clark, founder of the St Ninian’s Junior Concert Party in 1956 (see the full story on Robert Clark page).


It exists for anyone of any age, background or ability who enjoys singing whether they consider themselves to be a ‘singaphobic’, an expert or somewhere in between.  No audition required. Our motto is “Generations Singing Together”


The ethos of the Clark Community Choir is to unite generations in a common purpose - singing popular music for pleasure!

“Intergenerational practice aims to bring people together in purposeful, mutually beneficial activities which promote greater understanding and respect between generations and contributes to building more cohesive communities. Intergenerational practice is inclusive, building on the positive resources that the younger and old have to offer each other and those around them”                                                                              Centre for Intergenerational Practice: Beth Johnson Foundation, 2009


The Clark Community Choir performing

at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe


YouthLink Scotland Award Winners 2015