Kennebec Singers


Kennebec Singers Fall 2014

Kennebec Singers Fall 2014

Building on acquired choral skills, the Kennebec Singers, a three-part treble choir, further develop their musicianship through a more advanced program in ear training and sight singing.  They concentrate on repertoire of established and varied music, becoming confident and expressive performers in concert several times a year.  The Kennebec Singers rehearse weekly at Mast Landing School in Freeport on Mondays from 5:30-7:00 pm.    Previous choral experience is required. (Formal Photo by Soggy Dog Design)

About the Conductor


Jen Runge is currently on a sabbatical for the spring 2020 semester.  Renovia Day and Drew Albert are conducting this young group in her absence.

Jennifer Hand Runge received the Master of Music in Choral Conducting from New England Conservatory, and the Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College. She has studied conducting under Robert Greenlee, Tamara Brooks and Doreen Rao among others. Her choral music teaching experience includes Poly Prep Country Day School, Phillips Exeter Academy and The Pingry School. In addition to conducting, she has sung with Riverside Choral Society in NYC,  Vox Nova Chamber Choir and currently teaches an early-childhood music and movement class at Sacred Heart Church in Yarmouth, where she is also Director of Music Ministries.  This is her 6th year as conductor of the Kennebec Singers..  She lives with her husband and three daughters in a 314 year old home in Yarmouth.