About the Choir Directors


Hunter Chadeayne

Director, Warren County Community Singers

Hunter Chadeayne is a 2005 graduate of Phillipsburg High School. He continued his education at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA.  In 2009, Hunter graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, with a concentration in Music Education. Hunter was a first-place finalist for the Allegheny Chapter of NATS (National Association of Teaching Singing) in 2008 and 2009. While attending LVC, he had the opportunity to perform with the Harrisburg Opera Society, as well as travel abroad to sing in Austria, Prague, Budapest and Salzburg.


Hunter has performed regionally in the tri-state area in shows, concerts, cabarets, and recitals. Some of his favorite productions have been: CATS (The Rum Tum Tugger), Anything Goes (Billy Crocker – NEPTA Award nomination), Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus), Seussical (Horton, the Elephant – Freddy Award nomination), Jekyll and Hyde (Dr. Jekyll/Edward Hyde), RENT (Mark), and Little Shop of Horrors (The Voice of Audrey II). Hunter has also been the Music Director of Legally Blonde and Into the Woods. Since 2010, Hunter has been a Music Teacher for LifeSpan School in Quakertown, PA. He is also currently the Music Director for Belvidere United Methodist Church, in Belvidere, NJ, and the Vocal Director for Allentown Central Catholic High School's musical. 

Mariah Adams

Director, Children's Choir of Warren County

Mariah is a graduate of Lock Haven University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Music, with a concentration in Vocal Performance. She received her K-12 Teaching certificate through The Pennsylvania State University. She has been teaching Music for the Allamuchy Township School District since 2002. The Allamuchy Township School Chorus has consistently scored the highest rating in adjudication festivals, and, since 2007, members have represented Warren County in the Mass Youth Choir production of the 6abc Thanksgiving Day Parade.


In 2006, Mariah was featured in“Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers,’ and in 2011, was selected Allamuchy Township School’s “Teacher of the Year.” In 2008, she performed in Ireland with the Lock Haven University Bands, and she conducted the Warren County Sixth Grade All-Star Band in 2011. This year, Mariah has been nominated for "Who's Who in America," representing music educators from NJ. Mariah enjoys performing with Warren County Community Singers, as well as acting with and directing community theater groups in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.


Ann Hoyt

Associate Director and Accompanist,

Warren County Community Singers

Ann is a graduate of Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ, with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education majoring in organ performance. There she sang with the Symphonic Choir in such renowned concert halls as David Geffen (formerly Avery Fisher) Hall in New York City and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. 


Ann has been active in church music ministry for 46 years. She has served the Presbyterian, Lutheran, Episcopal and Catholic denominations. Currently she is the Organist and Music Director at St Patrick Church in Belvidere, NJ and St Rose of Lima Church in Oxford, NJ. She is retired as a vocal and instrumental public school music teacher and has been active in community theater groups.


Ann is an integral part of the 1993 founding of the Warren County Community Singers and is beginning her 25th year as Associate Director and Accompanist. She also currently serves as accompanist for the Brookfield Singers. 

Laura Rader

Accompanist, Children's Choir of Warren County

Laura grew up in Washington, NJ, and currently resides in White Township. She studied piano at Frances Clark's New School for Music Study in Princeton. Many years were spent singing in church choirs and assisting with accompanying and directing. For eight years she was the pianist/worship leader and choral director at the Chapel in Warren Valley. She was the previous accompanist for the Brookfield Singers in White Township, and she currently teaches private piano lessons.