Paris - The 20th edition of Fez Festival of World Sacred Music, which will be held on June 13-20 under the theme "Conference of the Birds, Journey of Cultures.." was presented during a conference, on Monday in Paris, in the presence of several Moroccan and French figures.
Held under the patronage of King Mohammed VI, this edition includes a rich program featuring music shows, Sufi nights and conferences and debates as part of the Fez Forum.
The event offers a journey in the world’s cultures through concerts and shows in Bab Al-Makina and Batha Museum.
In addition to the opening show, many artists from different countries will hit the stage as Rokia Traoré (Mali), Roberto Alagna (France), Luzmila Carpio (Bolivia), Bardic Divas (Central Asia) and Kadim Al Sahir (Iraq).
The Festival schedules a Jewish-Arab Andalusian evening show, as well as a tribute to Nelson Mandela by Youssou Ndour and Johnyy Clegg.