Fady Jeanbart

Winner of the third prize of Leopold Bellan’s competition, and vocal coach at Notre Dame University-Louaize, Elias Rahbani Music Academy, and Philokalia Institute Aintoura, Fady Jeanbart started his vocal studies with Garo Jaderian and Penny Pavlakis, before moving to France and graduating from E.N.M. de Pantin then E.N.M de Saint Germaine en Laye. He was trained under several acclaimed coaches such as Blandine de Saint Sauveur, Jean-Louis Dumoulin, Günther Leib, Raphael Sikorski, Luciana d’Intino, and Agnes de Brunhoff. 
His roles include Piquillo in Offenbach’s La Périchole, Un message in Verdi’s Aïda, officer Blangy and the Khedive representative in Andre Messager’s Coups du Roulis, Monsieur Loyal, and pastor Kimball in Kurt Weill’s opera quat’sous, the journalist in Poulenc’s Les Mamelles de Tiresias, Monostatos in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, to name a few. His cantata/oratorio appearances cover major works such as Bach’s cantatas, Schubert Mass in G, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, Fauré’s Requiem, Brahms Requiem, and in 2022 he created the role of Judas in the oratorio in Arabic « From Supper to Resurrection » composed by Elie Chahoud & Lara Jokhadar. 
His collaborations include singers like Dominique McCormick, Joyce el Khoury, Julie Nesrallah, Lara Jokhadar, Marie Josée Matar, And Stéphane Sénéchal; conductors like André Malouli, Hisham Gabr, Joe Daou, Manfred Müssauer; Garo Avessian, Henri Ghoraieb, and orchestras like the Lebanese Philharmonic, Beirut sinfonietta, and BA chamber orchestra.
He most recently is known for having done extensive research on Wadia Sabra’s (وديع صبرا) (1876-1952) rediscovered works; who is considered to be the Founding Father of Lebanese Classical Music;  editing & publishing 2021 two music books on his two french operas and 20 piano pieces.