Hazzan Yogev Nuna was born in Rishon Lezion, Israel. From a young age, he was drawn to the field of music; at the age of six, he began to study the foundations of professional Hazzanut, including maqamim, piyuttim and prayer with one of the great Hazzanim, Avraham Azulai.
Parallel to this, he joined the great Hazzan and Paytan Ezra Barnea's institute for Hazzanut, graduating with honors from the three-year program.
In his youth, Hazzan Nuna recalls frequenting the local synagogue, "Mekor Haim", where he was given the opportunity to take part in the Tefila. At the age of ten, he joined the Pirchei Yerushalayim chorus, in which he starred as a soloist, singing in different languages - in Spain, France, Morocco, and Israel. Hazza Nuna produced a CD entitled "Ata Yotzrenu" on which he performed a broad selection of Piyyutim and Hazzanut selections. As well as his vocal talents, as a hobby, Hazzan Nuna plays violin and drums, with which he has entertained crowds at Bar Mitzvah and wedding celebrations.
Hazzan Nuna, wife Rachely, and son Ori have become an integral part of the EB family. The Nunas have really taken to the tunes, the Ladino language - and of course the Rhodelsi food that makes EB famous!