Beth Sass is an American original — a singer-songwriter, music supervisor, arranger, producer, performer, and educator who enjoys crossing stylistic boundaries. She graduated from Boston’s Berklee College of Music in 1981, and relocated to Music City where she keeps busy as a vocalist, songwriter, and session musician.
Beth began teaching in 1982, and has established herself as a leading authority in Early Childhood and Elementary School Music Education. She’s an accomplished Piano Instructor, Choir Director, and General Music Educator with years creating musical curriculums, designing and directing school programs, presenting outside lectures, and nurturing young students.
Beth also calls upon a wealth of professional musical experiences. She has toured as a keyboardist for Herb Reed and the Platters, The Coasters, The Marvelettes, The Drifters, The Shangri-Lahs, Benny King, The Crystals, and The Tokens. Sass has also worked on Nashville’s Music Row as “go-to” songwriter —specializing in matching melodies, chord progressions, and hooks to lyrics, artfully designing songs and compositions to create special moods. You can hear her work on “Seven Songs”, a CD produced and engineered by famed Nashville talent Richard Adler.