El Camino College’s Center for the Arts is opening its 51st season, with Persian music lined up through the fall 2019 semester. Persian music in El Camino College’s Center
Seffarine’s performance of “From Fez to Jerez | Flamenco Meets Moroccan and Persian Music” will be one of the headliners.
The variety of cultures, the different ethnic music and a Spanish dance style known as flamenco. And this is Seffarine who perform it.
In fact, Seffarine is a musical duo formed by Morrocan singer Lamiae Naki and flamenco guitarist Nat Hulskamp. They came up with the name Seffarine from the ancient metalworking square in Lamiae’s birthplace of Fes, Morocco.
They will be performing at the Marsee Auditorium on Friday, Sept 20 at 8 p.m. with their mix of Arabic Andalusi music with flamenco footwork.
In addition, Flamenco dancing is a mix of tap dancing, hand-clapping, hand and body movements.
Their music is going to extend Naki’s heritage culturally from Spain to the Sahara.
“It’s going to be a terrific, high energy, and a really interesting performance,” The Director of the Center for The Arts Rick Christophersen said. “I hope our students come out to support and watch.”
Ticket prices for the show are $10
El Camino College in Torrance, Calif is a two-year public community college located in the unincorporated area of Los Angeles. People consider it as Alondra Park. Besides, it consists of 37 buildings spanning an area of roughly 26 acres. Finally, it is one of two community colleges serving Southern California’s South Bay area.