Opera, Cantorial & Broadway performance + Shabbat Dinner = Unforgettable Evening!

shabbat.jpgPlease join us next Friday evening October 22nd for a very special Shabbat dinner.

Dovid Babinet an accomplished baritone turned synagogue cantor will join us for a wonderful evening where he will delight us with a mix of opera, Broadway and cantorial selections. Of course this will be coupled with Leah’s greatest home-made traditional Shabbat cooking including some tasty Italian dishes.

Dovid will also reflect on his journey from opera singer to Yeshivah student to synagogue cantor.

Seating is limited for this performance and Shabbat dinner so book early to avoid disappointment.

To make a booking click here.

Cost is $18 per person and $12 per child 12 and under.

A separate children’s program will take place for the meal and program.

The event will begin with the kabalat Shabbat service at 6:15 pm followed by Shabbat dinner and performance at 6:45 pm. The event will conclude by 9:00 pm and will be held at Chabad of NW Metro Denver 4505 W 112th Ave. Westminster, CO 80031. 

To learn more about Dovid and to listen to his phenomenal voice, visit his website at http://www.davidbabinet.com/

Clich here to listen to a recording of David sing  01_The_Largo_al_Factotum.mp3

We look forward to you joining us for an unforgettable Shabbat evening.

A program by Chabad of NW Metro Denver 
4505 W 112th Ave. Westminster, CO 80031 - 303.429.5177 


“Polished singing and charismatic presence…”

Baritone, Cantor Dovid Babinet

Babinet.jpgCantor Dovid Chaim Babinet has been titled “The New Voice of Chazanus” and he is rapidly becoming a sought-after cantor. The New York native holds a masters degree from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music in vocal performance and a Bachelors of Music from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Beginning his career in the classical music field, Dovid Chaim was quickly acknowledged as one of the great up and coming voices of the opera world. His widely appreciated talent as a vocalist and performer brought invitations to such internationally noteworthy venues as the Los Angeles Opera where he sang Marcello in La Boheme, and Opera San Jose where he sang Count Almaviva in La Nozze di Figaro, as well as the International Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv, Israel where he sang Ford in the opera Falstaff. Dovid Chaim was a member of the Portland Opera resident artist program, a participant in the Chicago Opera Theatre’s young artist program, and a member of the prestigious Los Angeles Opera Resident Artist Program where he performed alongside the famous opera tenor Placido Domingo in many productions. 

Although his career began in the classical music field, he has since moved audiences with his natural ability as a chazzan. His move into cantorial music was inspired while performing in Israel and particularly when he heard Cantor Hershtik in the Great Synagogue of Jerusalem. Now, after extensive training in cantorial music, he is quickly being sought after to lead the High Holiday, Yom Tov and Shabbat prayer services in various synagogues and to appear in cantorial concerts around the world. These past High Holidays he was the Cantor for the Chabad of Dobbs Ferry in Westchester, New York. Recently he also joined Congregation Torah Or of Boca Raton, Florida for the Hy Levi Memorial Concert along with Cantors David Rosensweig and Yaakov Lemmer.

Cantor Babinet was a winner of the 2003 Metropolitan Opera National Council Regional Auditions. He also won first place in the Palm Springs Opera Guild Competition, Nunzio Crisci Opera Competition and the Dante Alighieri Society Opera Competition.

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