ALC-ALIF Arabic Calligraphy Classes
Tuesday at 7 PM
ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha, Fes Medina
The Yale Whiffenpoofs in Concert!
Wednesday, June 27 at 7:30 PM
ALIF Villa Garden, ALC Fes, 28 Rue Mohammed Diouri, Fes Ville Nouvelle
Every year, 14 senior Yale University men are selected to be in the Whiffenpoofs, the world’s oldest and best-known collegiate a cappella group. Founded in 1909, the “Whiffs” began as a senior quartet that met for weekly concerts at Mory’s Temple Bar, the famous Yale tavern. Today, the group has become one of Yale’s most celebrated traditions, with a diverse and evolving repertoire ranging from traditional Yale standards to popular songs from every decade.
Cole Porter was one of the original members of the group, and the “Whiffs” continue to sing some of his songs, such as “Too Darn Hot” and “Night and Day.”
Each year, 14 Yale seniors take the year off from their studies to travel the world, performing this year in 21 countries on six continents. We are thrilled and honored that they are coming to give a concert at ALC-Fes!
This concert, organized by the ALC-ALIF Music Club, is free and open to the general public.
The performance will be in the garden of the ALIF Villa Student Residence, across the street from the American Language Center:
Here’s their YouTube channel and website:
ART Exhibition “The Dancing Brush”
Recent works by Sal Sidner
Opening: Sunday, June 24, 6:30 PM
ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha
Continues daily 4-6 PM through June 30
Sal Sidner is an artist who paints what she sees en plein air when she travels. In the studio her mixed media paintings and installations reflect her love for music, textiles and collage, and address human culture, feminist issues and ecological concerns. Born in England, she attended Loughborough and West of England Colleges of art, before moving to India, and eventually the USA. Her Master’s studies were at New York University, Ca’ Foscari in Venice Italy, and Academia de Bellas Artes, Florence. She holds Educational Specialist and Master’s degrees from the University of Florida, and currently teaches art. She has been awarded artist’s residencies in Europe, India and the USA, and exhibits at international fairs.
SPRING 2018 – RAMADAN HOURS
Evening Classes (MW / TTH / FS)
21:00 – 22:35
Saturday Afternoon Juniors
Friday Evening/Saturday Evening Juniors
Saturday Morning Juniors
Congratulations to ALC Fez Merit Scholars for Spring 2018!
The following students have been chosen as Merit Scholars based on their outstanding academic performance for the past several terms. They will receive a 100% reduction in tuition fees for one term.
Beg 2 Mohamed Amine Houssat
Beg 3 Omar Aboulem
Beg 4 Mustapha El Jeddi
Beg 5 Bilale Bouazza
Beg 6 Bourhalem Hamza
Beg 7 Bennis Nada
Inter 1 Anwar Ouazzani Chahdi
Inter 2 Alae Rtel Bennani
Inter 3 Zoubida Benjelloun
Inter 4 Maysae Hmamouchi
Inter 5 Maria Boulaguigue
Inter 6 Sara Dekkak
Adv 1 Salma Sefrioui
Adv 2 Zineb Bouziane
Adv 3 Salma Benmoussa
Adv 4 Ichrak El Hatimi
Adv 6 Nizar El Hami
Attention Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University English students!
The ETII Conference is coming to your community! This will be the first event we host to get Fez ready for the 2018-2019 ETII. If you’re interested in benefiting from this scholarship to study the TKT for free and get a 40-hour English teaching internship in your community, make sure you don’t miss the ETII Conference!
ALC-ALIF Music Club: Lazywall in Concert
Saturday, May 12 at 7 PM
ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha, Fes Medina
Lazywall is one of the most popular and widely acclaimed Moroccan Rock bands in Morocco. The band was formed in 2003 in Reading, England by the three Anegay brothers: Monz, Nao and Youssef, who chose Classic Rock as their main influence. The band later started making a name for themselves and released their first EP “Primal Tapes” in 2006, which was recorded in Chicago.
Lazywall has gained popularity both nationally and internationally and performed at some of the most prestigious venues and festivals: SXSW in Austin (USA), Garorock (France), and “L’boulevard Festival” in Morocco.
Lazywall blended their music with Arabic tunes and began using musical instruments such as Oud and Darbouka. In 2010, they became the first Rock band to perform live on national TV.
Their discography consists of five albums: “Apoptosia” (2009), “Restart” (2010), “Aporia’s Bane” (2012), “Square Minds in Round Heads” (2015) and “The Hundredth Monkey” (2017)
This concert is free and open to the general public.