About David D'or

A voice from heaven

David D’or is blessed with a beautiful and unique voice. Using his 4 octave range, he can reach the high notes of a contra-tenor and drop to the depths of a baritone. Both at home and abroad, audiences and critics alike regard David D’or as one of the leading Israeli musicians of his generation.  Reviews from newspapers, including The Washington  Post, The Beijing Daily newspaper, the Italian newspaper “La Republica”, the BBC news UK, together with Israel’s major newspapers (Yedioth Aharonoth, and Ma’ariv) declared David D’or as one of the best vocalists in the world. In June 2010, the Italian government named him a Knight in the prestigious Order of Arts and Letters.

David D’or is a graduate of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and a chosen artist of the Israel Cultural Excel fence Foundation.
A winner of 10 Gold and Platinum Albums, David writes and composes most of his songs. David performed with great orchestras all over the world such as the Shanghai Philharmonic, The Belgrade Philharmonic, The Polish Philharmonic, The Sofia Philharmonic, The Las Vegas Philharmonic, The Rome Philharmonic, The Budapest Philharmonic, The Latvia Opera House orchestra, The Baltimore symphony, and The Vienna Symphonic Orchestra.

David was also invited by Maestro Zubin Mehta to perform with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, a cooperation which led to a very successful album and many concerts in Israel.

June 2013 - David was invited to sing at the celebration of president Shimon Peres Birthday, among the honorable guests was president Clinton.

March 2013 - David was invited to sing for president Obama. David was invited many times to sing in the famous summer Jewish festival in Budapest, including an upcoming concert in August 2013.

David is working with a Chinese producer on a new album for the Chinese and Taiwanese markets, including a collection of the world greatest classic songs, accompanied by a philharmonic orchestra.

August 2012 - David was invited to sing at the official ceremony of the Olympic games in London.

September 2011 - David was invited to sing in the United Nations house in New York, at the opening ceremony of the 9/11 memorial day.

February 2011 - David was invited by Beijing television to perform in their major show for the Chinese new year celebrations. In May 2011, David had a musical tour in Finland. In June 2011, David had seven concerts in South America (Brazil, Panama,
Guatemala, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Colombia) performing with his own band of young virtuoso musicians from different origins. He has created a show full of emotion and energy.
Recently, his root-searching led him to discover and uncover a unique musical treasure, which led back to the chanting at the Holy Temple, creating a beautiful show that has been invited by world music festivals all over the world.

About David D'or

A voice from heaven

David D’or is blessed with a beautiful and unique voice. Using his 4 octave range, he can reach the high notes of a contra-tenor and drop to the depths of a baritone. Both at home and abroad, audiences and critics alike regard David D’or as one of the leading Israeli musicians of his generation.  Reviews from newspapers, including The Washington  Post, The Beijing Daily newspaper, the Italian newspaper “La Republica”, the BBC news UK, together with Israel’s major newspapers (Yedioth Aharonoth, and Ma’ariv) declared David D’or as one of the best vocalists in the world. In June 2010, the Italian government named him a Knight in the prestigious Order of Arts and Letters.

David D’or is a graduate of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and a chosen artist of the Israel Cultural Excel fence Foundation.
A winner of 10 Gold and Platinum Albums, David writes and composes most of his songs. David performed with great orchestras all over the world such as the Shanghai Philharmonic, The Belgrade Philharmonic, The Polish Philharmonic, The Sofia Philharmonic, The Las Vegas Philharmonic, The Rome Philharmonic, The Budapest Philharmonic, The Latvia Opera House orchestra, The Baltimore symphony, and The Vienna Symphonic Orchestra.

David was also invited by Maestro Zubin Mehta to perform with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, a cooperation which led to a very successful album and many concerts in Israel.

June 2013 - David was invited to sing at the celebration of president Shimon Peres Birthday, among the honorable guests was president Clinton.

March 2013 - David was invited to sing for president Obama. David was invited many times to sing in the famous summer Jewish festival in Budapest, including an upcoming concert in August 2013.

David is working with a Chinese producer on a new album for the Chinese and Taiwanese markets, including a collection of the world greatest classic songs, accompanied by a philharmonic orchestra.

August 2012 - David was invited to sing at the official ceremony of the Olympic games in London.

September 2011 - David was invited to sing in the United Nations house in New York, at the opening ceremony of the 9/11 memorial day.

February 2011 - David was invited by Beijing television to perform in their major show for the Chinese new year celebrations. In May 2011, David had a musical tour in Finland. In June 2011, David had seven concerts in South America (Brazil, Panama,
Guatemala, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Colombia) performing with his own band of young virtuoso musicians from different origins. He has created a show full of emotion and energy.
Recently, his root-searching led him to discover and uncover a unique musical treasure, which led back to the chanting at the Holy Temple, creating a beautiful show that has been invited by world music festivals all over the world.