ALC-ALIF Music Club: Rocca Brothers in Concert

ALC-ALIF Music Club: Rocca Brothers in Concert
Saturday, October 27 at 7 PM
ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha, Fes Medina.

The Rocca Brothers are a creative jazz and soul duo that have been playing and creating music together since their early childhood. Since both successfully graduating with degrees in music, they regularly perform across London and the UK with their band featuring Patricia Elizabeth on vocals.

Established on the London jazz circuit, the Rocca Brothers and their band can be found performing weekly across the capital. Recent performances include ‘Jazz After Dark’ in Soho, ‘The Dorchester’ in Mayfair, ‘Shakespeares Globe’ on The Thames and ‘Pizza Express Jazz Club’ in Holborn. They have also joined in at jazz events abroad in the USA and Malayisa. They also host a number of their own events such as jazz and soul jam sessions on weekly basis.

The Rocca Brother’s perform either as a trio, creating a jazzy and soulful mix of vocals, saxophone and piano or as their full band which includes the exciting and driving energy of drums and bass.

ALC Merit Scholars, September 2018

ALC Merit Scholars, September 2018

The following students have been chosen as ALC-Fez 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.


Beginning 3 Roa Mjahed
Beginning 4 Ilham El Hanafi
Beginning 5 Kaoutar Moussaid
Beginning 6 Mohammed Amine Zaghloul
Intermediate 1 Lina Mazouri
Intermediate 2 Yassir Abouessououd
Intermediate 3 Sara Hajji
Intermediate 4 Aya Rihani
Intermediate 5 Wissal El Hammani
Intermediate 6 Yassine Kabbaj
Advanced 1 Mehdi Hachimi
Advanced 2 Yasmine Hraoui
Advanced 3 Boutaina Akka
Advanced 4 Zineb Nmili
Advanced 5 Maissae Beniken
Advanced 6 Hiba Guessous

ALC-ALIF Music Club: Corina Kwami in Concert

ALC-ALIF Music Club: Corina Kwami in Concert
Saturday, April 28 at 7 PM
ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha, Fes Medina

Corina is a performer of genres related to jazz music and dance. As a singer and tap dancer, she is motivated by the story-telling power of jazz and its potential for connecting people across genres using jazz as a medium. She has performed as a solo artist and with different bands playing originals and covering big band swing, afro, soul and funk. Through her performance and passion for cities and planning more broadly as an academic, she has connected with people through jazz in several cities across the globe in countries such as Switzerland, Germany, Rwanda, United Kingdom, United States, Colombia and Myanmar.

This concert is free and open to the general public.