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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.


Our Leadership

Passionate musicians, approachable servant leaders.

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Ed Alstrom

Musical Director

Ed Alstrom is delighted to be directing and sharing cooperative musical adventures with the Woodbridge Community Choir and our audiences!

Ed grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He attended Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ and has a degree in Organ Performance.  He studies, plays, and pursues expertise in all types of music. He has had a rich and incredibly varied career playing, singing, writing, teaching, and directing with all manner of musicians and ensembles.

Ed is also the Music Director/Organist at Central Presbyterian Church in Montclair, NJ, and has written a lot of choral music for his forces to sing. He is also Accompanist (piano/guitar/organ) and Choir Director at Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield, NJ, where he plays at all Shabbat and High Holiday services.

Ed has shared stages with Bette Midler, Chuck Berry, Leonard Bernstein, Herbie Hancock, Eddie Brigati, Odetta, Dion, Larry Coryell, Blood Sweat and Tears, Darlene Love, Ronnie Spector, Lou Rawls, Zubin Mehta, Donald Fagan, John Sebastian, Uncle Floyd, Stanley Jordan, Steven Van Zandt, Ben E. King, Cissy Houston, Levon Helm, and many other notables. He has played on, conducted and music-directed many shows on and off-Broadway.

He fulfilled a childhood dream in 2004 when he became the Weekend Organist at Yankee Stadium, a position he holds and cherishes to this day.


Officers on the Board of Trustees

Lori J. Miller


Laura Dizon

Vice President

Reginald Dizon


Sue Palmer