Dana Clark Music


GOOD NEWS:  Several months ago San Antonio voted to adopt policies aligned with the Paris Climate Accord. The plan has been developed and will be voted on soon.

BAD NEWS:  Some in San Antonio would like to see it fail!

GOOD NEWS:  We can demonstrate that the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP) has widespread support by gathering to SING to City Council! 

JOIN THE CLIMATE FLASH CHOIR AT CITY HALL Wednesday March 20, 6:00 pm.   No experience is necessary.  You can learn the song by clicking the link below and singing along.  Don't worry!  If you are breathing you have already passed the audition! 

You probably already know the tune: "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen.  I rewrote the lyrics in support of the climate plan, and it's going to be a thrill to be able to present it on the 20th.  The words will be on the screens at City Hall so no one has to hold paper.

We'll be joined by singers from the First Unitarian Universalist Choir, Celebration Circle Choir, Trinity University, University of Texas San Antonio, SoL Center, Eco Centro and many others.  Bring your friends!

Free and open to the public. 

View our first rehearsal video and practice singing along here: Hallelujah climate change 2
Download the song lyrics and sheet music here: http://bit.ly/climateflashchoirlyrics 


The Facebook invitation for the March 20th event is at https://www.facebook.com/events/388687698623002/

1. Sunday March 17th 12:15 PM at First Unitarian Universalist Church  7150 West I-10 

2. Monday March 18th 6:30 PM at Eco Centro  1802 N Main Ave



This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie

Dr. Kimberlyn Montford will lead the group for that event. Save the date. FB event page and rehearsal information will be shared soon.


LOCATION (both events):

San Antonio City Hall Council Chamber

114 W Commerce St Ste A, San Antonio, Texas 78205



Bus Routes to City Hall (100 Military Plaza): #94 - Express, Crossroads P&R, #26, #43, #44 (1 block away on S. Flores) and and #100 (a block and half away, Dolorosa@S. Main).


All are welcome to park at Eco Centro (1802 N Main) and car pool!


These partner events are part of the Green '19 Series. View other Green '19 events: http://green19.ecocentrosatx.org








New Recordings

The story of my life in 5 minutes and 35 seconds

Solitary Road


Play this song and slow dance with your sweetie

My Heart Still Belongs to You



Eight Ball

Late night drama in a seedy Chicago pool hall

Back Up

A humorous look at insecurity

Any Road Will Lead You There

Seems to me this is how life works.

This Land Belongs to

the Ones Who Belong to

this Land

Speaking out for refugees who

step across our southern border


In Praise of the Crone

For our foremothers

Music Video

                                             dulcimer & voice

Download Audio


Video of our music program at

Center for Refugee Services

                                                                                            Click picture for story.     

Music Students and Teachers from Center for Refugee Services (CRS)

Field Trip to San Antonio Symphony June 10, 2017

Cirque de la Symphonie


Click HERE to listen to a report about the Music & Drum Circle at CRS that recently aired on KSTX 89.1.

Click HERE to see the Kens 5 TV show about our students performance at Ten Thousand Villages.

To see our facebook page look for Music & Drum Circle @ Center for Refugee Services.


A visit to my website would not be complete without a visit to my house! 

Click the picture for your musical video tour of my "Teeny Tiny House."