Mohamed Adlen Fergani was born on the 29th of April 1993 in the city of Constantine, Algeria. He belongs to the Fergani family where Maluf music is a part of the heart and soul of all family members. This family atmosphere has pushed his learning of the use of many musical instruments: percussion at the age of 8, mandolin at 13, then violin and oud (Arabic lute).
Beside his musical career, Adlen is studying Aeronautics at Constantine University. He is part of the 4th Generation of the Fergani family that includes his great grandfather Hamou Fergani, grandfather Hadj Mohamed Taher Fergani, his father Nasserdine Fergani and his uncle Salim Fergani.
Carrying over the mission to preserve the musical patrimonial heritage of Constantine, already developed by the predecessors, he is distinguished by his beautiful voice appreciated by his fans and Maluf followers. His musical products are inspired by the heart, spirit and allows the listeners to travel through the ancient Arab Andalusian world thanks to the selected words and refined music. The success has been proven in many festivals, wedding ceremonies, Ramadan parties or religious events.
The title of his first album is “Ana el mamhoun bel ghoram”, supervised by his grandfather, maestro Mohamed Hadj Fergani and featuring the participation of other artists as well. A second album is in the works.
Adlen Fergani has performed on TV, radio and at numerous festivals throughout Algeria.
His awards and trophies include Trophy & Expression of Gratitude for the conservation of Constantine Patrimonies, 8th Edition of « Cultural National Festival of Andalusian Music and Maluf (2014) and Trophy & Expression of Gratitude for the participation in “Knowledge days University of Constantine 2012.
Memhoun Bel Gharam
Preservation of Constantine Malouf Heritage.