Fernando Gallegos Cabrera – singer and Acompalia long-time supporter- with Pepe Luis Habichuela Carmona – Internationally renown Flamenco Singer and Acompalia Patron.
Contemporary art and good music is an excellent combination for an evening out and Fernando did not disappoint! His voice echoed effortlessly around the enormous exhibition hall, his beautiful singing and guitar playing filled the air, as more than 100 guests browsed the art. See the video!
Emma Plunkett – volunteer organiser of this exhibition and leader of Acompalia Artistica – has made this film so you can get an idea of the evening’s atmosphere and see some of the beautiful art. The impressive exhibition hall, is a 19th century sugar factory, which was remodelled by architect Alberto Martinez in 2011.
See also photos from Antonio Sedano
You can find out more about the artists and exhibition when you visit these pages. https://acompalia.org/la-azucarera-2017/
The exhibition continues until 16th December. Open Wednesday till Saturday, 7-10pm.
Combine an evening of art with some gastronomy at the stylish Museo del Azúcar Restaurant – For reservations: email@example.com or call 958 82 42 80
For the duration of the exhibition, musical events will take place every Saturday evening.
Address: Calle Azucarera de San Fernando, 6, Motril, Granada
Directions: The entrance is through the Azucarera Restaurant, round the back from Calle Azucarera de San Fernando.