Traditional Moroccan musical heritage celebrated in Casablanca – Today Morocco

Traditional Moroccan musical heritage celebrated in Casablanca – Today Morocco
Traditional Moroccan musical heritage celebrated in Casablanca – Today Morocco

An evening planned for May 25, 2024 at the Sacré-Cœur church

The art of Melhoun, Hmadcha, the folk art of Aissawa and the art of Gnaoua will be honored during a musical evening, scheduled for May 25, 2024 at the Sacré-Cœur church in Casablanca.

The Moroccan Association of Andalusian Music (AMMA) is back. On May 25, 2024, she is organizing a musical evening at the Sacré-Cœur church in Casablanca, highlighting traditional Moroccan musical heritage. According to the organizers, the event highlights four pillars of Moroccan art, namely Melhoun, Hmadcha, the folk art of Aissawa and the art of Gnaoua. It will see the participation of a selection of artists in this case: Majda El Yahyaoui, the Al Assala Orchestra of Meknes under the direction of the artists Rachid Lahkim and Mohammed Ouarti, the Sufi art troupe of Hmadcha directed by the artist Anouar Dekkaki, the Aissawa troupe from Meknes and the Gnaoua art troupe led by the prodigious artist Mohamed Zaidane. “Music lovers will have the opportunity to discover and appreciate the richness and diversity of these musical traditions, while celebrating the cultural heritage of Morocco.

The captivating sounds of Melhoun, carrying the poetic heritage of past centuries, will merge with the intoxicating rhythms of Aissawa, the mystical songs of Hmadcha and the fiery percussion of Gnaoua. This event promises a unique celebration of the cultural diversity of Morocco through its music,” says Fatima Mabchour, founding president of the Moroccan Association of Andalusian Music.

To note, this event is placed under the aegis of the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication, in partnership with Casablanca Events and Animation, the territorial brand Wecasablanca, and with the support of the Lottery management company (SGLN). “The National Lottery devotes all of its income to social and solidarity actions. It thus contributes to the development of the Moroccan economic and social landscape, in particular through its participation in the promotion of culture,” indicates the SGLN.

#Maroc

-

-

PREV The Voice: the 2024 tour will pass through these three northern cities this summer
NEXT Seine-et-Marne: a driver flashed at 234 km/h on the A5 near Pamfou!