Beth Styles | Founder, Composer, Director
Beth Styles is an award winning composer/producer/artist, whose work has been celebrated in diverse venues across the country and performed by some of the great artists and cantors of our time.
Beth has written an extensive catalogue of original work ranging from Contemporary and Traditional Spiritual Music, Jewish, Gospel, Jazz, R&B, Folk and Funk to Film Scoring and Children’s Music.
As the music director and founder of the New World Chorus, Beth has collaborated with community leaders and diverse houses of worship to produce compelling, humanitarian, inspirational events throughout the year, including “A Time to be Grateful,” honoring Thanksgiving, “Season of Miracles,” a joyful celebration of Spring and “Street Angels”, where local singers join together in bringing holiday spirit to the community. She is also the creator of the “Living Voice Project,” which sources unique musical programs for people living with a form of dementia such as Alzheimer’s.
Jason Terry | Choir Director
Jason Linwood Terry is a gifted vocalist and choir director. Jason has been singing and directing the New World Chorus for 8 years. He also works with the Good New Gospel Choir of Westport, CT (Founder Chris Coogan), and renowned gospel recording artist, Pastor Hezekiah Walker.
Jason grew up in Danville, Virginia, where both his spiritual and musical journey began with singing in church choirs. He studied music at Shaw University and received a degree in Music. After traveling with the Shaw University concert choir throughout the country and abroad, Jason was appointed Minister of Music for the Thomas J. Boyd Chapel and served as director for the campus’s New Vision Gospel Choir in Raleigh, North Carolina.
As a professional studio artist, Jason has sung background vocals for many different gospel artists such as Shirley Caesar, Karen Clark-Sheard, Kurt Carr as well as Jewish Superstar, Neshama Carlebach.
Jason is devoted to sharing his heart and musical gifts as a blessing to all God’s children.