Beautiful in green! Queen Letizia of Spain looks stylish in an emerald green dress and nude sling-backs as she goes to an opening of an International Music School in Oviedo
- Queen Letizia went to an opening of an International Music School in Oviedo
- Students attend summer courses led by & # 39; the world's leading musicians
- Royal, 46, bundled in a green dress with a floral pattern combined with bare heels
Queen Letizia stepped out in style when she attended the opening of summer courses at the Princess of Asturias Foundation's International Music School in Oviedo, Spain.
The mother of two was chaired by the occasion at the Archaeological Museum and greeted by representatives of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, including of course artistic director Santiago Ruiz and conductor Aarón Zapico.
The 46-year-old shone in a green dress with a floral pattern, along with nude sling-back heels for an effortlessly refined look.
Queen Letizia (photo in the middle) attended today the opening of the summer courses of the Princess of Asturias Foundation International Music School in Oviedo
The mother of two chaired the conference at the Archaeological Museum, which was only open to students and staff
Queen Letizia immediately looked at home when she met young people attending musical summer courses
The Royal wore her distinctive look of minimal makeup while holding her brunette hair in loose waves for an effortlessly chic look
Queen Letizia combined her look by wearing her shiny dark brown hair in loose waves with a side part.
With minimal makeup, she drew attention to her eyes by defining them with a dark eyeliner.
The royal received a front row of seats for presentations, including a summary video of the activities of the International School of Music 2018 and a & # 39; Question Time & # 39; under the direction of the technical secretary of the Princess of Asturias Foundation.
The Princess of Asturias Foundation International Music School is the sum of a project that started in 1990, when six excellent music professors were transferred to Oviedo together with the chamber orchestra.
Despite years of collaboration, the foundation was only founded in 2005 by the International School of Music.
The move transformed the artistic and musical life of the region and laid the foundation for young musicians.
Queen Letizia took the time to greet those who stood on the streets outside the Archaeological Museum and was welcomed by representatives of the Princess of Asturias Foundation
The opening of the International Music School of the Princess of Asturias Foundation also included a & # 39; Question Time & # 39; led by the technical secretary of the Princess of Asturias Foundation
The Spanish royal appearance was cheerful when she posed for photos alongside employees and students of the leading music institute
Students taking summer courses at the Princess of Asturias Foundation International Music School are taught by 22 teachers of seven different nationalities
Queen Letizia beamed as students greeted her with applause as she sat in the front row
The 46-year-old was given a tour of Mrs Ruth Aderson's photo exhibition and was given the opportunity to sign the honorary book
Classes at the prestigious music facility are led by some of the world's leading professors and those who have received awards in the annual awards from the foundation.
Among the sessions offered this summer by 22 teachers from seven different nationalities, the disciplines are wood, fingerboard, string, wind in addition to orchestral direction and musical composition.
During today's conference, Queen Letizia was given a tour of the photo exhibition by Mrs. Ruth Aderson, Princess of Asturias Award for International Cooperation 1997, for the Hispanic Society of America.
The mother of two signed the honorary book before taking the time to greet attendees and students along with posing for a group photo.
Queen Letizia seemed pleased to have the opportunity to speak with the next generation of musicians who will influence the heritage of the nation.
Queen Letizia seemed delighted when she stood next to the next generation of musicians to influence the region
Mother of two worked together with a green dress with floral print and nude sling-back heels for a refined look, complete with matching emerald earrings
Conductor Aarón Zapico unveiled the framework for the summer courses, including a focus on the disciplines wood, key, rope and wind
Queen Letizia (pictured center) has had a busy week of engagements, including a welcome ceremony at Zarzuela Palace
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