Radio holding of Maurice Azoulay

Oriental and Israeli playlists

Maurice Azoulay is born in Meknes in Marocco. He was the first DJ from Paris to broadcast Jewish music in 1981. He has two radio shows on Judaïques FM, La fête orientale and Neim Zémirot

Created in 1981 and broadcasted on Judaïques FM, La fête orientale is a live show in which listeners can dedicate to the people they want Israeli and Judeo Arab songs.

Neim Zemirot is dedicated to Jewish liturgical music.

This radio holding, given by his son Avner Azoulay, has more than 200 shows dating from 2010 to 2017.

These archives are now searchable on our online catalog, or by taking an appointment to the EIJM. (contact@iemj.org)
Look at Maurice Azoulay’s archives online

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