Beth Hamon

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Beth Hamon

Based in Portland Oregon, Beth is a bike-riding, junk-repurposing, creative autodidact and singer-songwriter who tours and performs as an artist and educator in residence. Her songs straddle the fuzzy line between Jewish and secular themes of hope, resilience, inclusion and love. Named one of the top five “New Voices in Jewish Music” by Forward Magazine, Beth’s five recorded collections include liturgical settings and original compositions about life as experienced through an American-Jewish lens.

Beth is also a drummer and percussionist with extensive teaching, performing and adjudicating experience in classical music, musical theater, jazz and the marching arts. She holds a degree in Music Education from Portland State University.

“There’s nothing else like it! It’s bright acoustic pop and folk, performed with hearty, honest joy. It’s inspired, and inspiring.”
– Tom Petersen, Victory Review Magazine

“Today’s Harry Chapin is a woman, fierce and powerful and lovely.”
— Sharol Brickman, singer-songwriter

Music by Beth Hamon

  • The First Time (Shehecheyanu)
Beth Hamon — The First Time (Shehecheyanu)
  • V'ha-eir Eineinu (Light Up Our Eyes)
Beth Hamon — V’ha-eir Eineinu (Light Up Our Eyes)
  • On The 45th Parallel
Beth Hamon — On The 45th Parallel
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