Jennifer Moss is a Boston-based choral conductor, soprano, and music educator. Ms. Moss is the Director of Choral Activities at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School where she conducts four choirs and teaches courses in music theory and technology and the history of rock and roll. She received her BM in Music Education and Voice from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and a MM in Choral Conducting from Temple University. She has studied voice with Jon Humphrey, Paulina Stark, and Robert Gartside, and conducting with Wayne Abercrombie, Alan Harler, Simon Carringtion, and Luis Biava. In addition to teaching at ABRHS, Ms. Moss also serves on the conducting and voice faculty at New England Music Camp in Sidney, Maine. In the fall of 2001, Ms. Moss was named assistant conductor of the Pennsylvannia Bucks County Choral Society, a position she held until her graduation from Temple in the spring of 2003. Ms. Moss has been a conducting fellow at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, as well as the Sarteano Choral Workshop in Tuscany, Italy. In the summer of 2007, Ms. Moss sang in both the Festival Dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, Italy under the direction of Donald Nally, and the Westminster Chamber Choir in Florence, Italy under Dr. Joe Miller. Ms. Moss frequently adjudicates and conducts honor choirs throughout New England, and she is a member of the American Choral Director’s Association (ACDA) and Music Educators National Conference (MENC).