Beth Styles is an award-winning composer, multimedia producer and artist whose work has been celebrated in diverse houses of worship across the country and performed by some of the great artists and cantors of our time.
In addition to her song “Grateful,” which has became a popular interfaith favorite, Beth’s creative video productions became especially useful in 2020 when she launched “Virtual Sanctuaries,” helping synagogues to help create their High Holiday services.
As a composer, Beth has written and produced an extensive catalogue of original music across many genres, working with beloved local artists and celebrities including Diana Ross. Beth’s writing roots began in Jewish prayer and liturgical sources and has been described as deeply soulful and widely accessible from contemporary settings to 4-part traditional choral harmonies. In addition, she has a powerful connection and leaning towards Gospel, R&B and jazz and has worked extensively with churches and interfaith choirs.
Beth recently wrote and produced the music, and collaborated with Neshama Carlebach on her latest CD “Believe.” Currently, Beth is recording a new CD, and looks forward to resume appearing as Artist in Residence across the country.