In the presence of many foreign spectators and Moroccan Lmnawar Asma began the concert with a song dedicated to the spiritual prophet Mohamed Sidna, followed by other songs like "wahran wahran" Chab Khaled and "Khayna" of Rashid Al Majid, the public who have come from different regions of Morocco, repeated in chorus.
The artist known for her talent and her voice distinguished, "has powerful vocal abilities and pleasant to hear," as noted by Kazem El Saher, at a press conference before his concert.
"I am very happy to be performing with a Moroccan artist Asma Lmnawar in this case, in this 17th edition of the Festival of Sacred Music in Fez, which will provide an opportunity to honor and bring the suffering of the woman," he said.
Kazem El Saher then made his entrance on stage and when he started singing, the audience applauded at length. Women in particular, sang in chorus from some of his old songs.
The artist continued with another song less known to the public entitled "El Ard" (Earth), in recognition of all that it gives such benefits to human kind, it was stressed at the same conference.
"This song is for anyone who has a sensitivity and a message for humanity, said the Iraqi artist.
Asma Lmnawar joined him on stage and they offered the public, under a hail of applause, a beautiful duet "Al Mahkama" where the young artist was able to demonstrate the maturity of his art.
Kazem El Saher offer subsequently to other spectators solo songs like "Houhibouki Kuli", "Nassittou Dai hina Dawai jaa", "Ini Khayartouki, khtari F", "Zidini Ichaân.
Women, men, youth and children accompanying their parents, accompanied him in the latter half of the concert, singing with him, they knew by heart songs.
Kazem El Saher, is prestigious and generous of the great Arabic song performed for the second time in Fez. With a few contemporary singers, he embodies the soul of a directory Arab, whose foundations date to Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Farid Al Atrash and Oum Kaltoum.
His repertoire rehabilitated the tarab which was was imbued with romance and dreams. In a press conference Saturday morning, Kazem El Saher stated that his repertoire included some 400 songs that draw from the poetry of the great mystic Hallaj Iraq.
His performance tonight in the festival of world sacred music, is not easy, since the public of Fez, he said, "a musical play," moreover "aesthetics," continues " difficult to convince. "
Thanks to its influence and its mission, the Festival of World Sacred Music in Fez has fulfilled for 17 years a universal mission of peace and reconciliation between peoples.
Under the High Patronage of HM King Mohammed VI, this 17th edition, held under the theme "Wisdom of the World" opened June 3 and will be close today.