Beth Styles is a versatile producer, composer, musician, vocalist and painter, whose work is devoted to bringing people together through the power of love and music.
Beth founded the New World Chorus, a 30-voice community interfaith choir based in Stamford, where she produces inspirational events throughout the year. She has collaborated with diverse houses of worship, clergy and leadership of many spiritual paths to produce compelling annual multi-faith events including the Thanksgiving service “A Time to be Grateful,” and “Season of Miracles,” a joyful celebration of Spring. She is also the creator of the “Living Voice Project,” which sources inspiring programs of the arts for people living with a form of dementia such as Alzheimer’s.
As an award winning writer/arranger of Jewish liturgical and contemporary spiritual music, Beth’s work can often be heard at world class synagogues including Park Avenue Synagogue, where several of her pieces for Cantor and choir, both contemporary and traditional have been commissioned and introduced. She also created “The Shabbat Experience,” a unique and transformative journey of peace, music and meditation. Most recently, Beth was the 2017 NewCAJE Emerging Artist winner, as well as one of the recipients of the 2016 “Shalshelet” award for new Jewish music.
Beth has written an extensive catalogue of original music ranging from Contemporary Spiritual, Jewish Liturgical, Gospel, Jazz, R&B, Theater, Folk and Funk to Film Scoring and Children’s Music. She has worked with artists including Diana Ross and Ronnie Spector. Her multi-media production studio is located in Stamford, CT and gives life to creative visions and dreams. With passionate spiritual roots as well as a long time education in transformational studies, Beth’s music is designed to touch and inspire.