Molly J. Webster, originally from northern Maine, is an alumnus of The University of Maine holding degrees in Music Education ‘07 and Vocal Performance ’07. She also attained her MM in Choral Conducting in 2010 under the guidance and tutelage of Dr. Dennis Cox. Residing in the Bangor area, Molly is an adjunct instructor at The New England School of Communications and Husson University (offering a course on the History of American Popular Music), and in the fall of 2011 founded the Husson University Singers, a choir comprised of students, faculty, and staff that performs a varied an eclectic mix of repertoire. HUS is offered as both an extra-curricular club and recently has been made available to students as a continuing fine-arts credit course. Molly is the founder and director of Divisi, a select, contemporary choral group comprised of private and public music educators, high school students, college students, community members and beyond. The group seeks to bring a heightened awareness, knowledge and appreciation of contemporary choral repertoire and plans to bring a shared love of this genre of music on tour to Europe next summer. In addition to Divisi, Molly is also the director of New Renaissance Singers, a multi-generational community choir that strives to afford musical opportunities for area youth through various scholarship and grant opportunities. She also serves as the choral director at The Church of Universal Fellowship in Orono, ME, and offers private vocal instruction from her studio located in downtown Bangor.