Imposta posizione attuale
You'll want to get dressed up in your best outfit to mingle inconspicuously with Granada's "in" crowd, who tend to frequent their home orchestra's productions in this 2500-seater concert hall. The prestigious Orquesta Ciudad de Granada (Granada City Orchestra) use it as a base and usually perform the work of well-known composers to an appreciative audience. The usually formal atmosphere changes during festivals, when tourists, locals, jazz fans and tango aficionados get together in the same hall. It's used as a venue during the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza (International Music and Dance Festival), Festival Internacional de Jazz (International Jazz Festival) and Festival Internacional de Tango (International Tango Festival). The hall was built to honour the composer, Manuel de Falla, who lived and worked here on the side of the Alhambra hill for 20 years during which he created some of his most enduring and internationally famous music.
If you are a music enthusiast then the events calender of the Industrial Copera will be of great interest to you. Industrial Copera is a major concert venue that was formerly an industrial warehouse. A number of popular bands, DJs and artists have performed here putting this place in the same league as many other popular venues of the region. With state-of-the-art facilities, impressive acoustics and glittering lights, at Industrial Copera the atmosphere is as euphoric as it can get.
The 'Sala El Tren' is a music venue, known to host a number of concerts. This is one of the most happening places in Granada, which is full of energy and life. The venue has live music concerts and some of the best DJ performances. This place is a must to visit if you are a music lover. The venue hosts a number of shows every month, so look for upcoming shows and be there. If you think the music played by the DJs here is rocking, you can hire them for your private parties and have a blast.