When we sing,
we change who we are.
When we change who we are,
we change the world.


MCC Staff


MCC Assistant Director and Accompanist   Sean Fleming

Sean Fleming has served as MCC’s rehearsal accompanist and concert keyboardist since the chorus’s inception. Sean performs regularly with a wide variety of choral ensembles including Bowdoin Chorus, Coastal Chorale, Down East Singers, Maine Pro Musica, and St. Cecilia Chamber Choir. He also regularly accompanies many university, high school and junior high festivals. He has worked with Ann Arbor Camerata, Bowdoin Chamber Choir, Bowdoin Summer Music Festival Chorus, Colby College Chorale, Oratorio Chorale, Renaissance Voices, University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society, University of Southern Maine Chorale, University of Southern Maine Chamber Singers, and Vox Nova Chamber Choir.

Sean has directed or accompanied over sixty-five musical theater productions nationwide. As an organ recitalist, Sean has performed throughout the United States. For the past twenty years he has served as organist at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Newcastle.

Sean was the recipient of a 2009 St. Botolph Club Foundation grant award for achievements in music.

 MCC Board
 MCC Board Charmain    Roy Hitchings

Roy retired in 2012 after 38 years of working in not-for-profit healthcare, most recently as CEO of Pen Bay Medical Center. He is active in his church and on the boards of The Strand Theater, Maine Health Access Foundation, Rockland Rotary and the Georges River Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Roy loves to sing, fly fish, travel and spend time with his family (especially his 3 grandchildren).

  MCC Board Member   Chris Williamson
 Retired from teaching in and heading independent schools in 2015, Chris continues to do some consulting . Now a docent at the Farnsworth Art Museum, he served on the Board of the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, the Nashua River Watershed Association, the Fitchburg Parks and Trails Advisory Fund, and on the Fitchburg Plan Committee.He helped found The Meriden (NH) Players, a community theater group, and is delighted to finally live in Maine full time and return to singing.

 MCC Board Member  Laura Jackson
Laura's career is in Information Technology – 15 years at Digital Equipment Corporation and 20 years at Bowdoin College where she continues to work. Spare time involves family and knitting, in that order.  Son Tim and his wife Carol live in NH with son Henry, Laura's first grandchild with whom she is head over heels in love with. Laura's other son Sam currently lives in Boston attending school. Laura is still waiting for Dick to retire and move from Dover-Foxcroft to their home in Dresden.
While singing with her UU church choir, Laura also sang with Mimi in Missa Gaia and Neighbor to Neighbor concerts before joining MCC at its inception and has been heavily involved with MCC concert production and program creation for many semesters.

 MCC Board Member  Beth Wilson
With a background in business and finance, Beth has worked over 30 years in various positions at FMC in Rockland.  She first started singing in a children's church choir under her mother’s direction and loves to sing harmony.  She has a son Andrew and his wife Kira in Boston and daughter Kristen and her partner Jasper in Colorado.  Beth loves to spend her spare time working with her hands: knitting, sewing, scrapbooking, gardening and home renovations with Matt.  A native ‘Mainer’, 5 of her 6 siblings still live in Western Maine where family gatherings are large and filled with laughter.


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