Taroudant - About fifty Moroccan artists will perform at the opening of the Festival d'île de France that will be organized from September 6 through October 11, at several locations within the Paris region.
Taroudant – About fifty Moroccan artists will perform at the opening of the Festival d’île de France that will be organized from September 6 through October 11, at several locations within the Paris region.
Under the theme “Morocco on the Stage”, the Festival will host famous Moroccan artists including Najat Aâtabou, N3rdistan, Mobydick, Zainab Afailal and l’Orchestre de Tétouan, Hamid El Kasri and Karim Ziad, Dakka Roudania of Taroudant, Inouraz, Fatima Tachtoukt, Ali Chouhad & Ali Faiq, and Mehdi Nassouli.
Their music styles range from Amazigh, Gnawa, pop, political rap, Andalous and other contemporary Moroccan music.
The fifty internationally renowned artists, some performing for the first time in France, will entertain audiences during ten concerts at five open-air stages.
The Festival is an opportunity for Moroccans living in France to meet and enjoy their country’s vibrant music, and an invitation to Europeans “to explore all the richness and diversity of contemporary Moroccan music.”
“For this Moroccan day, the Domaine de Villarceaux will be taking on blue and ochre hues, delicate aromas, multiple flavors and contrasting sounds for a sensory adventure to the “land of the setting sun”,” the organizers of the festival said.
“From the Amazigh tradition to political rap, the Festival d’île de France will take you on a thrilling journey of the extraordinary diversity of contemporary Morocco,” the organizers added.
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