Through audio, video, and singing examples, learn about the music and liturgy of the Sephardic Jewry of The Middle East, Africa, South America, Brazil, Spain, and more developed, and how these melodies influenced traditional and contemporary styles. In the Q&A period, students will be welcome to share their own music and music they listen to with these melodic and harmonic influences as well.
Yehuda also hopes to meet with students, staff, and faculty and visit classes as schedules allow. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Read about all of the upcoming events with Yehuda on September 18 and 19.
Yehuda Azoulay is a young and passionate noted scholar, educator, author, activist, and entrepreneur. He is devoted to his studies in Torah, historical research, education, and passionate about all forms of Sephardic studies. At the age of nineteen, Yehuda Azoulay started a comprehensive initiative toward creating a specialized research institute and publishing company to highlight the experience and history of Jews of African, Middle Eastern, Central Asian, South American, and Hispanic descent. This institute became known as The Sephardic Legacy Series.
Thanks to the Office for Diversity and Inclusion, Yehuda Azoulay will speak to Berklee students during a special teaching visit September 18 and 19, and will be available to meet with faculty, visit classes, etc.