The music festival reconnects with the Moroccan public

The music festival reconnects with the Moroccan public

Launched in France in 1982, the music festival is back after a three-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This year, the public can finally reconnect with the magic of music on stage.

The music festival has its own rules: confirmed artists and amateurs are welcome, this festival does not exclude anyone.

After a three-year hiatus due to Covid-19 and last year the event limited the public attending due to health restrictions, Moroccans can finally, this year, resume their festive habits and savor the beauty of musical diversity. .

Cultural centers, cafes and restaurants have organized free concerts for anyone looking for a festive atmosphere and an artistic escape. To meet all tastes, a range of musical styles are showcased, from classical music through rock to metal, a musical collection that will satisfy every enthusiast of this art.

The music festival is back on June 21, Moroccans have eclectic appointments with free concerts. On stage, musicians, all instruments combined, solo or in groups, will follow one another to share their gift in the spirit of the Fête de la Musique.

Promoting music in many ways is the motto of this artistic gathering. Several young associative and cultural actors have chosen to ignite the terraces of their cities with songs and artistic exhibitions with the aim of reconciling between art and the spirit of good neighbourliness.

In addition to warming the hearts of the spectators, these young amateurs deliver a message filled with values…

The Moroccan Association of Andalusian Music (AMMA) of Casablanca promises its visitors with an unprecedented show from June 22 to 24 under the theme “Morocco, cradle of civilizations and land of cultural diversity”.

Under the aegis of the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication (MJCC), in partnership with Wecasablanca and with the support of the National Lottery Management Company (SGLN), this event organizes three enchanting shows the audience on a musical journey through different regions of Morocco and elsewhere.

AMMA states that: “Our guests will be lulled by the bewitching rhythms, vibrant melodies and traditional sounds of Moroccan instruments, enriched by contemporary influences and original collaborations”.

Nabyla MAAN & Coco Diam’s will kick off this unique festival that proclaims cultural and musical diversity. Create a real dialogue between cultures, merge Moroccan traditions with musical inspirations of international origin, and promote otherness, these are the objectives of this musical event.

“Prepare to be transported in a whirlwind of haunting sounds, fiery dances and captivating songs, as we explore together the musical riches of Morocco and honor its heritage as a thousand-year-old crossroads of civilizations”, says Fatima Mabbour, President founder of AMMA.

To close this season, the Moroccan Philharmonic Orchestra offers its public, from June 20 to 25 in Rabat, Casablanca and Agadir, an exceptional concert on film music by John Williams, composer, conductor and American pianist who has made generations dream with his artistic creations.


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