King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain attended the annual “Terror Victims Tribute” Concert at the National Music Auditorium in Madrid. This was the 21st edition of the annual concert organized by the Victims of Terrorism Foundation, which is held annually on the eve of March 11, the day on which the 193 victims of the attacks perpetrated in Madrid on that date in 2004 are commemorated.
The event was sponsored by the RTVE Orchestra, the National Music Auditorium, INAEM, the Montemadrid Foundation, the Ministry of Culture and Sports and the City Council from Madrid. The evening began with the National anthem followed by a minute-long silence in the memories of the victims.
The concert remembers the victim and the organization works in the country to raise awareness against terrorism and the long-lasting negative impact it leaves on families and friends.
The RTVE Symphony Orchestra and Choir, the Antara Korai Vocal Group gave the performances conducted by Israeli maestro, Pinchas Steinberg.
After the concert, The King and Queen met with the representatives of the Spanish Radio Television Symphony Orchestra and Choir and soloists and spoke with the children of the Antara Korai choir and its director.
Letizia was wearing a Cortana Cuca maltinto silk dress. Thanks to letizia_de_princesa_a_reina for the id.
The €835 dress was described as an “Ankle-length dress with a round neckline and dolman sleeves. The Cuca dress has a side slit and a front seam with pleats that create a draped effect. This dress is made in a maltinto stretch silk. The maltinto cold dyeing process means that slight colour variations may occur, making each garment one size. These possible variations do not affect the quality of the fabric or the garment”.
Letizia paired the dress with black Prada leather saffiano pumps
and carried Nina Ricci’s ‘Arc’ Clutch.
and her Coreterno Amor che tutto ring.