Ahuva Ozeri, Israeli singer, Died at 68


Ahuva Ozeri was born in 1948, in Yemen and died on December 13, 2016.

She was an Israeli singer, songwriter, and composer.

Ozeri released 20 albums over her four-decade career.

Reported by The Times of Israel, Ahuva was “a pioneer of Israeli music”.

Ozeri grew up in Tel Aviv’s Yemenite Quarter.

She began her career as a singer in Israel in the 1960s.

also to that, Ozeri was a songwriter and composer.

Ozeri played the Bulbul Tarang, an Indian musical instrument she learned from Ravi Shankar

Ozeri’s father died when she was four years old; she had seven siblings.

She was first diagnosed with laryngeal cancer in 2000, when she had surgery.

During 2002,Ozeri underwent another surgery to remove a tumor.

Ozeri died due cancer at the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel.

Ahuva Ozeri passed away at 68 years old.