Avraham David is the new rising star in the European Jewish music Scene.
After the succes of his first single ‘Shimi Li’ that became a Hit in the Israelis Radio, he have
just released his debut album “Diamond”.
He used to sing with his father since the age of 4, who taught him about the world of
Chazzanus as well.
His musical connection grew and developed, and he taught himself to play piano, as well as
drums and percussions instruments. As time went on, he also developed a love for guitar
and saxophone, until his internal world became more and more intertwined with the world
of Jewish music.
Slowly but surely he developed his own unique musical genre, and began to sit next to the
piano and compose his firsts songs
After he got married, he began building a concert and event calendar, around his city of
Strasbourg at first, which enabled him to begin traveling around the rest of Europe as well,
such as Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, England, and France.
He became one of the most influent singer in the J.M.S in Europe.
He often sings in Israel, and USA.
Every year for the Yomim Noraim he leads, the Tfilos in one of the biggest shul in Los
In 2010 he participated in the world wide Jewish Star singing competition in New York where
he was in the top 3 finalists, and beating out hundreds of competitors.
Immediately after winning the second place Avraham released his debut single, “Haleluka”
and went on to perform together with Avraham Fried in 2011 and as well with Yaakov
Shwekey a few months later.
2012, Avraham released his 2nd single «Acheinu» that he composed in memory of the
victims of Toulouse.
2013 the single «TEKA» , was released with a music video.
June 2015, he released a New Single « Shimi Li » from his new album that became a hit in
the Israelis Radio.
The succes of his debut Album – Diamond that features the best composers and
arrangers, in the Jewsih Music, Moshe Laufer, Yitzy Waldner, Eli Lishinsky, Udi Damari, Shai
Barak, Yoni Eliav, Ken Burges, Miriam Israeli…..place him in the first row of the hassidic