Way to Say Ah
Beth Schafer's easygoing voice is a window into her passion for music, faith in God, and love of Judaism. In concert, she takes listeners on an emotional, spiritual journey, revisiting and exploring the 'God moments' that all of us have felt. In her singing and songwriting, she bears her soul. And, as she smiles with her voice and her eyes, she reaches into the souls of her audiences and congregations. Beth's writing and singing are only surpassed by her guitar playing. Dubbed as one of the most talented players on the Jewish music scene, Beth shines as a folk, blues, jazz or rock player regularly called on by her contemporaries as a player on their stage. She plays acoustic like James Taylor, electric like Bonnie Raitt and loves every minute of it. Her 4 CDs, May the Words-music for Shabbat, Lev b'Lev, A Way to Say Ah, and Love Your Neighbor showcase her writing as someone who is sensitive to liturgy and to the cycles of life; reflecting love and joy, loss, and mostly, faith. Beth has always merged energy, emotion, and strength of character into her sensitive approach to liturgy. She connects to listeners of all ages through her recordings as well as live performances and services.