Cantor Marsha Schreier
Cantor Marsha Schreier brings to Beth Ahm a magical voice and considerable talents. She is an accomplished vocalist and pianist and has performed at Carnegie Hall, Congregation Beth Ahm, as well as local churches in a number of interfaith services and programs. She has been the musical director for productions at Verona High School, Gas Lamp Players in Glen Ridge, Nutley Little Theatre, Studio Players in Montclair, ATC in Clifton, and the JCC Teen Program.
Cantor Schreier presently sings with several groups, including Musical Cheers, a female quartet which specializes in Broadway, Yiddish, Hebrew and pop music; the Verona Cedar Grove Chorus; duo Sh'nei Kolot; and continues to perform at local synagogues and churches, upon request. She has also performed as a soloist at a number of regional cabarets and coffee houses.
While a member of Temple Ner Tamid, in Bloomfield, Marsha substituted for the Cantor there whenever necessary and later became the organist and choir director. While still a member at Temple Ner Tamid, Marsha recorded a version of Sim Shalom used in an ABC News/Interactive Holocaust documentary distributed to high schools throughout the country.
At Beth Ahm, Cantor Schreier presently leads Shabbat and Holiday services, tutors Bar and Bat Mitzvah students, and provides music for other Beth Ahm programs.Marsha, her husband David, and two children, Eric and Jeff, have called Verona home since 1993.