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Looking for a Zaffa group for a wedding in the UK? Our Zaffa groups provide traditional wedding entrances for Arabic weddings and the group usually consists of 4 to 6 musicians and dancers.
We have specialist groups who can provide traditional Zaffas from the following countries:
- Lebanese Zaffa
- Jordanian Zaffa
- Syrian Zaffa / Aradah
- Palestinian Zaffa
- Turkish Zaffa
- Egyptian Zaffa
We also provide Zaffa Bands for Afghan, Arab, Assyrian, Egyptian, Iraqi, Moroccan, Pakistani, UAE and Yemen communities in the UK
Occasionally people choose to have this performed at home as the bride is leaving their family home and it is often preferred to be played during the wedding reception. The time/place of play is entirely your choice and they will assist you with your decision making to ensure that your needs are being met accordingly.
We also have specialist, Arabic dance groups, with performers originally from Egypt and a long history of performance. They are guaranteed to bring superb authenticity and performance that delight. As well as the Zaffa for your entrance, we also have a specialist in the Tanoura which is a unique performance originating from the Islamic Sufi dance but transformed into a magical show with non-stop spinning and LED lights.
Our Zaffa groups also offer other services which include a variety of Arabic Zaffas and Dabkas and traditional Egyptian folklore dancing such as the Saeedi. Some of our groups can also offer the Damascene Arada, a traditional Syrian folk dance and an ancient ritual that is kept alive in the neighbourhoods of the Old City of Damascus. It is widely performed during family ceremonies, weddings, Restaurants & Cafes launching. You are guaranteed a traditional show-stopping performance!
The booking process was very helpful, efficient and straightforward. You dealt with the questions I had very quickly. I found the whole process of booking the String Quartet very easy. I would come back to you the next time I need to consider hiring an act for a future occasion....- Richard Hill -
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