The Moroccan Association of Andalusian Music (AMMA) is organizing a major event under the theme “Andalusian Music: cultural bridge between Morocco and Spain”.

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The Moroccan Association of Andalusian Music (AMMA) is an association which, despite its young age, is very active in promoting the diversity and richness of Moroccan Andalusian music, its components and its derivatives. A commitment which is expressed through multitudes of initiatives intended to preserve the cultural, spiritual and civilizational heritage of Morocco.

Since its creation, AMMA has actively worked to promote the dialogue of Cultures and Religions between different civilizations. A civic commitment that the Association materializes through the organization of a variety of musical-cultural events placed under the aegis of the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication.

Advocating values ​​of tolerance and sharing, AMMA is part of a virtuous dynamic aimed at creating cultural bridges between Morocco and the rest of the world, particularly through Music – a universal language that unites the peoples of the Earth, in a spiritual communion that celebrates Humanity.

The Moroccan Association of Andalusian Music (AMMA) is therefore organizing, on Tuesday May 28, a major event under the theme “Andalusian Music: cultural bridge between Morocco and Spain”.

During this event, organized in partnership with Wecasablanca and the Spanish Embassy in Morocco, “Moroccan and Iberian artists will celebrate together their love of Andalusian music to share their passion with the public”.

Madrid, Seville, Tangier and Tetouan will come to Casablanca for an evening in the colors of Morocco and Spain. Hosted by the Rawafid Orchestra of Tangier, conducted by the grand master Omar Metioui, this cultural event will delight its guests with a rich and diverse repertoire of Andalusian music, Chkara, Flamenco, as well as new compositions created especially for this show, with the presence of renowned artists such as Gema Caballero, Zainab Afailal, Sara Calero, Omar Jaydi, José Almarcha and Épi Pacheco.

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