Beth Hamon was selected as one of the top five “New Voices In Jewish Music” by Forward magazine. She is in demand as a commissioned songwriter and clinician at music conferences and day-of-Jewish-learning events across the United States.
In addition, Beth is also a drummer and percussionist with extensive teaching, performing and adjudicating experience in symphonic percussion, pit orchestras, jazz drumming and the marching arts. She holds a degree in Music Education and Middle East Studies from Portland State University.
Beth’s four recorded collections include liturgical settings and original compositions about life as experienced through an American-Jewish lens. She is currently compiling songs for a fifth recording of original Jewish music.
“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