Beth Frack is a composer and songwriter of children's music and is the Artist-In-Residence at Forsyth Country Day School in North Carolina, where she teaches music for grades Jr. Pre-K - 4th grade. Her passion for music and love for children is reflected in her memorable songs and energetic, lively performances.
During her career, she has recorded over 100 children's songs and has developed lesson plans and conducted workshops designed to help educators use music to enhance learning. She has served as guest lecturer and performer in many schools across the country, and she has performed internationally.
In 1993, Beth performed her original songs with a 2,000 voice children's choir for the Billy Graham Children's Crusade in Columbus, Ohio.
In 1999, she was instrumental in launching a summer camp music program for young children, called Camp Oonie Koonie Cha. Four years ago, Beth developed "Summer In The Studio," a summer program which allows children in 1st through 4th grades to get a first hand experience of singing in a recording studio. Children learn, perform and record songs. They also receive a copy of their CD, a treasure for a lifetime.
Beginning in the Fall of 2005, Beth began her newly created program for 1st-4th graders called "Give Me The Beat." This after school class has been designed to meet the needs of children who love to sing and perform plus have a desire to grow deeper in the knowledge and enjoyment music can offer.
Beth lives with her husband, Kevin, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. They have two musically talented children, Seth and Serah.