03 Dec 2018
- Classical music featuring Mozart as the protagonist happens this Wednesday, December 5, at the La Línea Palacio de Congresos
- The Cepsa Foundation wants to gift this event to the company’s employees at the San Roque location in order to close 2018 in harmony with one of the greatest composers of all time
Along with the Antonio Gala Foundation, the Cepsa Foundation in San Roque has organized a Christmas Concert that will take place this Wednesday, December 5, at 8:00 pm at the Palacio de Congresos. Cepsa San Roque employees and their family members will be able to attend this free musical event that will feature the great Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as the protagonist, performed by the Camerata de Capricho Español orchestra.
In addition, the Cespa Foundation also invites the citizens of Campo de Gibraltar to attend this free event so that lovers of classical music can enjoy the opportunity to see the fellowship musicians from the Antonio Gala Foundation live at the La Línea auditorium.
In this way, Cepsa Foundation is collaborating to enrich and expand the region’s cultural offering in December, providing it with a high-quality spectacle.
The Camerata Capricho Español-Antonio Gala Foundation was created in 2006 in Córdoba. It is a reference point on the Spanish musical scene that was awarded the 2014 Córdoba Youth Award for the Arts by the Instituto Andaluz de la Juventud in recognition for cultural work undertaken in Córdoba and its province.
Since its inception, the Camerata Capricho Español has participated in numerous events and festivals. It was the orchestra commissioned to perform the concert to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Juan March Foundation in Madrid, which was rebroadcast live on Spanish National Radio.
In addition, it has published a discography with music by Vivaldi, Marcello, Geminiani and Mozart and has collaborated in musical works by contemporary artists.
Fundación Cepsa's Social Action
The Cepsa Foundation is in charge of channeling the company's social action in the shape of activities focused on the social needs of the communities. Thanks to the Cepsa Foundation, associations, educational centers and city halls can see their programs and initiatives succeed, as they work closely with the associations in the region to hold cultural, environmental and social activities. In addition, the Cepsa Foundation has the corporate volunteer program, Voluntas, through which employees participate directly in several joint activities each year.