Cantor David Guber proudly continues his family’s heritage of three generations of Chazanim. His grandfather, Avraham Guber, was the Chief Chazan of Russia. His father, Shlomo Guber served as the Chief Cantor of South Africa and as Cantor in synagogues throughout the US, Canada and Israel. David was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and made Aliya to Israel with his family in 1995. He studied Torah at the Yeshivat B’nei Akiva high school and after graduation in 2001, he enlisted in 2002 with the elite IDF 890 Paratrooper Brigade.
After completing his active service in defense of Israel in 2006, David continued his education at the Orde Wingate Institute for Physical Education and Sports, a sports training facility located south of Netanya, and began to develop and grow his skills and craft under the tutelage of his father, Shlomo. David became a clergy member of Temple Hillel in North Woodmere, Long Island, New York, and joined Beth-El in March of 2014.
He continues to lift the hearts of the participants at Congregation Beth-El with his warm and vibrant voice, his chazanut, and his friendliness.
Spend a Shabbat morning at Congregation Beth-El to be inspired by Cantor David Guber.