Harmonies of Unity

Through the power of music,
we forge connections and create
a harmonious community.


NJWomensong: Enriching Lives
Through Choral Music

Accomplished choral directors Hillary Colton and Rosemary Nagy established NJWOMENSONG in 2013 to provide local women the opportunity to share their passion for choral music with each other and the community.  This unique choir holds weekly rehearsals from September through June and delivers exceptional performances at venues in the Flemington area several times each year.  As a 501 ©3 non-profit organization, the group seeks to empower women by offering instruction and the opportunity to sing challenging and exciting music.  Members range in age from 18 to 70+.  Most are experienced choral singers, but all who wish to learn are welcome.


Whether performing at community events, caroling at hospitals, or sharing the stage with other choral groups, NJWOMENSONG consistently delivers outstanding musical performances. Their commitment to excellence and love for music makes them an unparalleled addition to any event.


We warmly welcome singers of all skill levels and provide a nurturing and inclusive environment for growth and development. Our auditions are a chance to meet our accomplished directors, learn about our organization, and showcase your vocal abilities.

Join the NJWomenSong Community:
Support Our Mission

Donating to our organization is crucial to supporting our mission of enhancing lives through choral music. As a non-profit organization, we rely heavily on the generosity of our donors to help us provide exceptional musical experiences for our members and the wider community. Your donation helps us continue to create beautiful music, cultivate new talent, and spread joy through our performances. Every gift, no matter the amount, significantly impact our organization and the people we serve.

Experience the Power of NJWomenSong Choral

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NJWOMENSONG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to enhancing the lives
of its members and the community through a love of choral music.

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