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The Acton Community Chorus is a local, non-profit (501c3) community organization. Founded in 1984, the chorus includes members from across the MetroWest area who enjoy singing choral music in a relaxed and cheerful atmosphere. 
About the ACC
Our mission:

To foster, encourage and engage in community singing activities, including the production of musical programs and concerts for the public benefit and to enrich the cultural, educational and civic life of Acton and surrounding communities.​
Board of Directors
President: Steve West
VP & Grants: David Eiranova
Treasurer: Beth Imhoff
Secretary: Kerry Meaney
Director: John Link

Assisting Volunteers
Membership: Beth Schmidt & Sasha Stavsky
Publicity: Zuzka Blasi
Refreshments: Paula Kinnunen,  Beth Jouris, Cynthia Hanslik, & Caitlin McClellan
Programs and Web Site: JR Johnson-Roehr
Music Library: Betty Charvat
Jennifer Cooper, Music Director
Jenny Cooper is the Director of Music at Lawrence Academy and the Music Director of the Acton Community Chorus. She holds the degrees Master of Music in Choral Conducting at the University of Southern Maine and B.A. in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from Plymouth State University. 

Since 2008 she has sung with the New Hampshire Master Chorale as both a soloist and choir member. She served on the NHMC board from 2009-2013.  She is co-founder, with AJ Coppola, of the New Hampshire Master Choral Children's Chorus Festival. From 2011-2013 she was the adjunct voice teacher at the New Hampton School. From 2009-2012 she was the choral music teacher at Gould Academy in Bethel, ME.

We are a proud member of the 
Central Massachusetts 
Choral Consortium.  
To see a full listing of this 
organization's membership, 
click here.

We are also members of the 
River's Edge Arts Alliance.
For more info, click here.
Acton Community Chorus, P.O. Box 2440
Acton, Massachusetts 01720
Edward Rosser, Accompanist 
Ed Rosser is the Minister of Music at South Acton Congregational Church; Ballet Accompanist at Dean College in Franklin and at Jose Mateo Ballet Theater in Cambridge; and accompanist for several area schools. He also teaches piano at various music schools, and he is a highly respected recording artist who has released several well-reviewed CDs (his website is here). 

Ed holds a BA in Music from Albion College, Michigan, and a Masters Degree in Piano Performance from Boston University.