Queen Letizia of Spain was at the Great Theater of Córdoba in Córdoba for the third stage of the “Tour of Talent” and announcement of the winner of the “Princess of Girona Foundation Award 2023” in the category of “Arts and Letters”. This year’s winner is María Dueñas.
The ‘Tour of Telent’ is a movement by and for the future of young people in Spain, thus generating a community of opportunities that connect, activate and enhance their talent. The tour in Córdoba is focused on promoting the improvement of employability, the jobs of the future, the professional skills most in demand by companies, digital awareness and education. For 7 days attendees can enjoy inspiring sessions, debates and workshops, along with a wide range of entertainment and shows, among the more than 50 activities.
During her time in Córdoba, Queen Letizia learned about the three initiatives devised and developed in the EduLab for educational innovation of the “Teacher Generation” program:
- AmplificArte: Educational project that uses music as a transversal discipline and a tool to work on the personal development and emotional well-being of young people, at the same time that it promotes musical culture in educational centers, social entities and other spaces.
- Network of Teachers for Development: The primary purpose of the association is to guarantee equal opportunities for minors between the ages of 6 and 12 who are in a situation of social emergency.
- Skill Up: Interactive App in the ideation and development phase whose objective is to work on personal skills in the classroom by proposing individual, preconfigured and editable challenges that promote quality education and guarantee the skills development of students
In the second part of the tour, Queen Letizia was briefed about the new alliance between the FPdGi and Harbor Space to promote interest in programming among young people and children, in the code language “Cód¡Go!”.
There was a musical performance by “AmplificARTE”, with a flamenco group and artists from the Art House Academy followed by a Round table on the Art and Education. Then Letizia announced the name of the Princess of Girona Foundation Art and Letters award winner – María Dueñas.
María Dueñas is a violinist known for her a very high degree of interpretation and execution of the violin. The 20-year-old artist from Granada began playing the violin at the age of six, when she enrolled in the Conservatory of Granada. Her early talent made her become in 2014 the youngest girl to receive the Juventudes Musicales de Madrid scholarship to study abroad that led to a successful career as a violinist.
What Queen Letizia of Spain wore to Córdoba for the Talent Tour
- Dress: Cayro Violeta Dress
- Earrings: Asociación de Joyeros San Eloy Diamond Earrings
- Bag: Magrit
- Shoes: Magrit
- Ring: Coreterno Amor che tutto
Heading towards Queen Letizia Style – The stylish 50 years old Spanish Queen was looking gorgeous in a pop of spring colours.
Queen Letizia wore Cayro Violeta Dress. Thanks to Nuria for the id.
The €96.90 crepe midi dress featured bathered band detail on the bodice, an adjustable waist tie with a ring and half sleeve gathered detailing on the shoulder. Currently the dress is available in all sizes.
Letizia teamed up the outfit with Asociación de Joyeros San Eloy Diamond Earrings that she has in her wardrobe since 2005.
Queen Letizia was wearing her pink Magrit suede pumps
and carried matching Magrit suede bag.
Her Coreterno Ring was not missing either.
This was the last engagement for Queen Letizia this week. We will find out the next week’s schedule tomorrow.