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Scroll down this page to look at the 2018 programme for an idea of what’s on offer.We do not yet know the dates for the 2019 Festival, which will probably be announced in September.However, we can make an educated guess, given the dates for Ramadan.We’d suggest the festival will fall 14-22 June 2019.09.00-14.00 Prefecture Hall, Batha: Fes Forum (see programme below) Doulce Mémoire – France €20 Religious songs of the Italian Renaissance 21.00 Bab al Makina Hesperion XXI & Jordi Savall: Ibn Battuta, traveller of Islam A: €50 B: €25 Inspired by the travels of Ibn Battuta, this concert focuses on the second part of his voyage when he visited Constantinople and crossed the Russian steppes to arrive in the heart of Asia, Afghanistan and Sind (today’s Pakistan).Continuing on to India, the Maldives and Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), his journey led him to Bengal, Indonesia and China.
22.00 Dar Adiyel Rachid Zeroual: Gasba and ney flutes €15 ‘The artistic and cultural heritage of Morocco is a treasure that we have inherited from our ancestors.
This concert features classical Hindustani music and includes poems by Hazrat Amir Khusro, Hafiz, Rumi and Allama Mohammad Iqbal.
22.00 Ben Youssef Cultural Centre Teratali Dance – Rajasthan, India €15 The Teratali (tera = twelve; tali = rhythms) dancers and singers are like goddesses from the temples of Rajasthan; this most extraordinary performance melds the sacred with daily life.
These reflections will be enhanced by the thoughts of the great Arab philosophers, both ancient and modern, who were inspired by Greek philosophy.
09.00-14.00 Prefecture Hall, Batha: Fes Forum (see programme below) 16.30 Jnan Sbil Garden Ensamble Moxos: Baroque Music from the Amazon €20 21.00 Bab al Makina Dhafer Youssef: Diwan of Beauty and Odd – Tunisia A: €60 B: €30 A Tunisian oud player, vocalist and composer, Dhafer Youssef presents his fusion of oriental influences and the urban groove of New York.
Ancient Christian writings such as those of St Augustine, as well as the spiritual path of Sufism spanning the Maghreb to Central Asia, provide rich texts and poems often set to music.