About the Woodbridge Community Choir
An Inclusive, Non-Audition Ensemble
The Woodbridge Community Choir serves the Central Jersey region by sharing a love of music through concerts and community events. A volunteer community, the choir welcomes members of all experience levels from throughout the New Jersey area and performs a diverse repertoire of music of all periods and styles. We seek to enrich the lives of our singers, our audience, and our community through the power and beauty of choral singing.
We appreciate the support of the community. Contact us if you are interested in singing, attending our concerts, or supporting our fund raising efforts to continue the mission.
Passionate musicians, approachable service leaders.
Elizabeth Amory-Teutsch earned a Bachelor of Music Education from
Westminster Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey. During that time she
studied voice, choral conducting, and performed with multiple
ensembles. She was selected to be a member of the Westminster Choir
at the end of her sophomore year. After graduation, she continued to
study voice and conducting at Westminster in their continuing
education program. In 1992 she returned to Westminster when she
was invited to sing with other choir alumni on the “O Magnum
In the fall of 1986, Elizabeth was hired as the choral director at
Woodbridge High School, Woodbridge, New Jersey where she spent 33
years conducting choirs and teaching music theory. In addition to her
duties as choral director, she was also hired to be the vocal director and
ultimately co-director for the high school’s spring musical.
During her tenure at Woodbridge High, Elizabeth prepared and
conducted multiple ensembles including several mixed (SATB) choirs, a
Women’s Choir, Jazz Choir, and Show Choir. These groups performed in
a wide range of musical styles and world languages earning them
national recognition annually. They provided music for multiple
township, county, and state events.
Elizabeth is a founding member of the Woodbridge Community Players,
established in 2009. This group presents a stage musical each summer.
In that capacity she has served as vocal and instrumental director and
set designer. She left the organization in 2015, but recently joined their
efforts this summer again as stage designer. The same Arts Initiative
that created this theater group also established the Woodbridge
Community Choir, an ensemble she sang with for many years.
Since retiring as director of the Woodbridge Choirs, Elizabeth returned
to sing with The Woodbridge Community Choir and performed with the
Rise Up Chorus, Metuchen, New Jersey.