Listen to the world in Fès
PHOTO ESSAY: From African reggae to American gospel, a Moroccan festival showcases music from around the globe.
spiked’s Nathalie Rothschild brushed up her school French and headed to Morocco for a cultural festival organised by the Fès Foundation.
She found that a valuable lesson lies behind the programme’s New Age message of ‘spirituality, peace and reconciliation’: the festival highlights how, throughout history, meetings of civilisations have led to invaluable exchanges of scientific and cultural ideas.
See Nathalie Rothschild’s photo essay on the World Sacred Music festival and the city of Fès here.
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