Fez Morocco Music

The Festival of Sacred Music in Fez ended this week with an event dedicated to promoting openness and reconciliation between peoples. I came to FeZ to cover the festival and a number of other events around the world in the Middle East and North Africa.

The Moroccan scholar and philanthropist Faouzi Skali founded the festival in 1994 and it has since expanded to more than 11 centuries. The festival is based on the best of everything, creating an opportunity to showcase the diversity of cultures, traditions and traditions of the Middle East and North Africa, as well as the richness of cultural diversity.

The main venue is Bab Al-Makina, the oldest and most popular concert hall in the city of Fez, and it houses the main concert halls, where the main stars regularly perform. The festival offers a variety of musical performances paid for by the Batha Museum, which is an ideal attraction for the FES, as well as at Bab al-Makina. Concerts are also held in other locations, such as the Bibliotheque de l'Ouest and the Royal Palace. Smaller events such as the Saad El - Sidi Bouzid, Bab el - Baha'a and Bab - El Basha's are held. In addition, concerts can also take place in a number of smaller venues in other cities and towns.

The citadel is considered one of the most important cultural sites of the city of Fez and an important tourist attraction. The citadels are considered the centre of the festival and also for a number of other cultural events such as concerts and festivals.

Artists from all over the world gather in the city of Fez for their annual festival of music, art and culture. The Islamic Empire, which flourished in Andalusia (now Spain) for centuries, was the capital of the Islamic Empire, the most powerful of its kind in the Middle East. The city itself, unimpressed by the ever-evolving world around it and floating in time, is a symbol of freedom and freedom of expression in a time of constant change and uncertainty.

For centuries, Fez was the political and intellectual capital of Morocco and has always remained a centre for the exchange of culture and knowledge. It is this atmosphere of openness that has brought Morocco to the top of the world music, art and cultural festivals, such as the Festival of Music and Art, every summer for the past sixteen years. Historically, it was the center of learning in the Arab world and it has the oldest university in the world, but it is still home to a wide range of cultural institutions, universities, museums, schools, hospitals and hospitals.

The transcendent and trance - inducing, varying from traditional to modern, from classical to modern and from jazz to hip-hop and everything in between.

Alongside the Fes festival, there's the brilliantly cast Casablanca - with a brilliant name and snippy name - and the massive Mawazine pop festival in Rabat, which recently starred Rihanna and Stevie Wonder. The Gnaoua Festival is also one of the largest and most important dance festivals in the world in Morocco. This season, it is hosting the first edition of its annual festival of dance, music and dance culture. The programme includes a forum for dance and cultural exchange, which will enrich not only music but also the art and culture of Morocco and the region in general.

When the Fez Festival was founded in 1994 by the Moroccan anthropologist Faouzi Skali, whose specialty is the mystical Sufi branch of Islam, the aim was to attract people from all over the world to this place rather than develop mutual understanding. In addition to the attention to different cultures, the Fez Festival is an important part of raising awareness of Moroccan culture. The festival "Sufi Culture in FeZ" aims to identify the spiritual and artistic heritage of this extraordinary wealth and to open one of the most important cultural and cultural exchange programs in the world. FES is the heart and soul of Morocco, not only in terms of music and dance, but also in terms of cultural exchange and the exchange of ideas.

This brotherhood is the legacy of Sidi Abu Lhassan Chadhuli, who was born in Morocco and is buried in the Idab desert in Egypt. This brotherhood dates back to the time of his father, the founder of the Sufi movement in Egypt, and from his mother's family.

The Essaouira Gnaoua World Music Festival, which features musicians from around the world, is essentially a unique genre inspired by the traditional music of the Berber region of North Africa and the Middle East, but it features large orchestras returning for the first time in more than a decade, with a particular focus on Moroccan musical heritage. GNAOUA is a traditional form of Berber music, which is now an important part of modern Moroccan culture. Arab muwashah orchestral music, visitors will be fascinated and you will be fascinated by their singing, dancing and dancing.

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