The 2015 Second Annual Spring Fling Open House will take place on April 25th, 2015. The event will be held at Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA 02143
Arab-American Comedian Amer Zahr will be performing at the 2015 Second Annual Spring Fling Event on April 25th! Followed by a comedy workshop the next day (April 26th)
Shadia will teach some basic movements in the beautiful women’s solo dances of the Arab World. Debke, the lively social line dance enjoyed throughout the Middle East, will also be taught during the CAC Open House.
Our newest addition to the Spring Fling events is a Flamenco dance performance, complete with live music! Flamenco dancer Jamie LaDamasquina will be performing with guitarist Antonio “Tiriti” Tran. You will not want to miss this! The Spring Fling will be on April 25th. Stay tuned for the exact times for this performance!
Calling members of the community! The CAC is holding a community fashion show at the CAC spring fling on April 25. We are calling on women, men and children who are interested in participating and showing the beautiful and diverse Arabic customs. 15 participants are needed! Clothing will be provided or participants can wear their own! Deadline for applying March 25th. Join us! To participate please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 617-893-1176
It was an Honor to Participate at the MLK Celebration on January 19 at East Somerville Community School! Special Thanks to Somerville Office of Commissions for Inviting the CAC Choir and for Organizing Such a Wonderful Event.
Registration is now open for the Arabic Kids Playgroup! To register please email email@example.com or call 617-893-1176.
“Representing the Wondrous Life of the Prophet in Islamic History” – Friday, March 13th, 2015 – 4:30 pm. The lecture will take place at Gasson Hall, Room 305, Boston College. This event is free and open to the public.
Inspired by Arabic instruments, melodies, rhythms and people, Aliya Cycon Project was formed by Aliya Cycon at Berklee College of Music this summer with fellow Berklee students and denizens of Arabic culture. Cycon uses her highest reverence for the Arabic tradition to expose her own unique voice in her compositions and performance. Her compositions salute the Arabic tradition, as well as to step just outside of its mellifluous frontiers.