Amy Langston, Alto

Amy was and born raised in Somerville, NJ where she and her family were active members of United Reformed Church for many years. It was at URC that Amy began piano lessons in the first grade with the Minister of Music and sacred choral composer Alfred Fedak. She sang in the choirs and played in the handbell choirs from first grade through her college years. The wonderful leadership within the Music Ministry of that church taught Amy that it is truly a divine gift to be able to worship God with others through music.

Amy obtained a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Westminster Choir College of Rider University, where she was a member of the Concert Handbell Choir under the direction of Kathleen Ebling Shaw and the Symphonic Choir under the direction of Joseph Flummerfelt. Upon graduating, she continued to sing and ring in two alumni performance groups Reverberations and The Choral Scholars, an ensemble that specialized in the performance of early sacred music.

Amy has been a middle school choir director and music history teacher for eighteen years. She had the pleasure of working in the Branchburg Central Middle School music department, directing three school choirs and two extra-curricular choirs during her time there. Amy was the director of the Covenant Choir at Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church, and directed the youth summer musicals there for eight years.

Amy’s passion for sharing the love of singing most recently has expanded into an interest in vocal therapy. Amy is pursuing a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Kean University in order to become a singing voice specialist and looks forward to a future career in that field.

Amy is a new member of Caritas Chamber Chorale this season, and is positively thrilled to be singing in the choir. Amy remains grateful to Loretta Fois for introducing her to the Chorale during their 2017-2018 season. Amy was moved by the repertoire, sound, expression, and purpose of the Chorale, and is grateful and honored to be a member today. She lives in Franklin Park with her husband Mark and cat Phoebe Joy.

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