Changing secular heritage Marrakech

National Festival of Popular Arts:Changing secular heritage Marrakech June 29-July 3, 2011.
During its existence it has had some real good times, but also passages vacuum that precipitated its decline. After passing into the hands of its creators, and the ONMT Association's National Festival of Popular Arts, the FNAP is now orchestrated by the Foundation of Marrakech Festival (WFF). A new team, a new vision for a concept rooted in tradition yet resolutely turned towards the renewal and creativity. So a new edition that is emerging, which aims to enhance the relationship of public Marrakech and Morocco with this event unique.


It is in this spirit that combines  the legacy of the past and an approach for the future, the parade, a tradition of FNAP must be continued and updated. Open to youth, and national Marrakchi artists, it  is the culmination of the major summer season of events. The other novelty of this 2011 edition is the creation of a Village, dedicated to the celebration of folk arts in Morocco.All festival activities will revolve around the same nodal point.

At the heart of this village, nestled in the lush gardens of the Olive grove,Ghabat Shabab, the festival will offer fans and families  the magical moments of music and rhythmic tones that are all readings from Morocco's rich and diverse heritage. The Village will consist of intimate scenes and folk art performances, and a large stage will be devoted to large-scale concerts. Not forgetting also the workshops for musical awakening led by the artists themselves, which  will enable them to be closer to the public and to spread their musical heritage so rich.

But this event would not be at the zenith of its influence without the magic of  the El Badi Palace. This monument  to Moroccan history will be the setting of sublime performances, inspired by  the best traditional Moroccan  performing troupes.


The tone is set for this 2011 edition, nurtured by a new artistic and organisational  approach, highlighting the meeting between artists and audience. The FNAP 2011 will thus reach an  increasingly broad  audience which will be a mix of several events that will interact with each other for more than five days.  Those from Marrakech or elsewhere,  the young and savvy, anyone can take part in the events of FNAP and create his own festival among the multitude of performances.


The FNAP 2011 is of special symbolic after the tragedy experienced by the Red City. Today more than ever the organizing team is committed to making this event a real celebration of culture, highlighting all the national heritages. We will reveal the complete picture of Marrakech which  will always be a place for tolerance, hospitality and celebration.

Organised by the Foudation for the Festival Marrakech (FFM)  the 46th edition of the National Festival of Popular Arts in Marrakech will be held from June 29 to July 3, 2011. The FNAP it will regain its glorious past, rich in both achievement and committed to providing a Moroccan secular musical heritage that defies the ravages of time.

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