Since their first musical encounter in 2000, Yves Lambert and Hassan El Hadi multiplied the opportunities to get together on one stage . Differences and affinities , Arab , Berber and Quebec music unite harmoniously with these two artists. Hassan cheerfully draws in the huge legacy of rhythms and sounds of the Maghreb, the Middle East and America . He sings and plays the banjo and Moroccan oud. The Berbers ( Native Morocco ) interpret music exclusively pentatonales and mainly based on polyrhythms and dance. Arabic music is expressed by the fineness of modes and variety of ranges.
Hassan El Hadi and Juan Carranza, two talented and passionate musicians have long products, in reduced form , with a repertoire consisting of original compositions , based primarily on the different traditional Spanish rhythms, flamenco guitar techniques and sonorities Middle East through the Arabic lute ( oud ). It is by meeting musicians from different backgrounds that the Al- Andaluz group was born. Each instrument has brought a new dimension and a stamp to existing pieces. A group not to be missed ! A tasty blend of flamenco , oriental and gypsy music .
Jazz, blues, reggae, rai, Latin, Arabic, French An original and festive music which originates in the very present cultural mix of its musicians: the Maghreb, Africa and Latin America come together and mingle. In the tradition of innovative Moroccan popular music, Nass El Ghiwane, Izenzaren and Hassan El Hadi offer music colored Berber and Gnawa traditions. The voice of El Hadi percussive rhythm of melancholic melodies which originated in the southern Sahara and reminds us that the blues is rooted in Gnaoua music. Turning his back to classicism and all forms of academicism, he offers us his pioneering vision of Moroccan music he enriched with his own experience. He flew into sound bursts the barriers of tradition that inspired it, freeing it transports and secular forces that settle into rain of emotions in foreign notes. He grabs the book and we in a strangely familiar way. Meeting continents fusion of cultures, blending rhythms, music Hassan El Hadi will have you dancing in a world of color, fun and sun. The musicians of the El Hadi training are coppery and warm music, which can be described as the Arab World beat with singing, Spanish and French, surprisingly rich in influences (salsa, reggae, rumba, soul, funk and African rhythms )
You want to organize a special event or a lavish reception, private or professional , we offer our Eastern and North African orchestra with DJ and belly dancer . We are professionals of animation passionate about our craft and music lovers . To animate your parties and evenings , we offer our oriental orchestra training , ideal for various events : oriental wedding , western or mixed , engagements , christenings or circumcision , henna, bar mitzvah , brith mila , concert, theme party , dinner debate , dinner show , general meeting , cocktail party, commemoration, conference, press conference, congress , convention, show, exhibition , workshops , product launches , demo, meetings , awards , seminars, evening student , dinner, reception, commercial animation .
Music and traditional songs of Morocco and northern India Hassan El Hadi : Voice, oud, banjo , hajhouj , rattlesnakes Mohamed Raky : darbuka , req Kuljit Sodhi : vocals , tambourine , cymbals Chris Maclean : harmonium , dulcimer , Gopichand Linsey Wellman : flute, saxophone
Amazing musician Hassan El Hadi surrounds himself with musicians of all cultures (Yves Lambert, Luke Mervil, Karen Young, Freddy Rizk, Gregory Charles, Daniel Boucher, Normand Brathwait, Hassan Hakmoun, Hassan Boussou, ect.) Forging hitherto unsuspected musical relationships.
He juggles blithely among others with the rhythms and music of the Maghreb, Africa and America.
The music of El Hadi has a very clever hint of jazz and the successful mix between the Berber playful rhythms, expressiveness of Arabic music and the refinement of Andalusian music.