Beri Weber, born and raised in Brooklyn, NY is a new-age Chasidic singer, composer, and entertainer. He is a renowned “vocal powerhouse” and gained popularity soon after he began releasing his albums in 2007. However, the debut of his celebrated “Thank You Hashem” gripped the attention of Jewish music fans worldwide. Beri continued displaying distinct talent with his successive albums of “Bezras Hashem Yisburoch,” “Farbrengen #1” and “Farbrengen #2” which feature his distinct kumzitz approach and finally “Ben Melech.” He performs at concerts around the globe and is a popular singer at weddings. Beri’s music emanates fresh energy in soulful, creative singing. His unique style, inspired by mystical Chassidus, aims to motivate and elevate fans around the globe.
Beri began his singing career at age nine. He sang alongside popular musical artists including MBD, Moshe Goldman, and Mendy Werdyger and later joined the Shira Choir. He is also the lead vocalist on the first of the legendary Kinder Classics and JEP albums. His early stint in the world of professional singing reflects his musical heritage. In addition to growing among siblings that are all musically inclined, Beri’s paternal grandfather was a singer and badchan. His maternal grandfather served as a distinguished baal tefilah during the high holidays.
Beri names Shlomo Carlebach and MBD as his major musical influences and immersed in their music throughout his childhood. He names celebrity Gad Elbaz as his star vocalist. Beri draws his musical inspiration from the teachings of R’ Nachman of Breslev and enjoys exploring the Rebbe’s views on the spirituality of music with Reb Lazer Brody, Reb Motta Frank and Reb Itche Mier Morgenstern of Jerusalem.