New National Prizes

New National Prizes

The Ministry of Culture has given its annual awards. The Princes of Asturias and the minister of Culture presidierno the act. Dueto Amaral, the novelist Javier Cercas and Ibez and the fashionable designer Paco Rabanne have been some of the recognized ones during the delivery of prizes. This Tuesday the National Prizes have been given in Lleida that the Ministry of Culture grants to every year and which been they have presided by the Princes of Asturias, accompanied by the minister of Culture, Gonzlez-Sinde Angels; conseller of Culture, Ferrn Mascarell and the mayor of the city, Ros Angel. Amaral (absent of the act), Javier Fences, Paco Rabanne or the miniseries 23-F: The most difficult day of the King they have been some of the awarded candidates.

This is the complete list. Prizes of Music Composition: Elena Mendoza (Seville, 1973) has been awarded by its contribution to the Spanish musical creation in all fields; its contribution to the promotion and internationalization of Spanish contemporary music and, especially, by its openings in 2009 in the Festival of Music of Alicante de Fragmentos of imaginary theater (first part), and Fog in peradhoy. Interpretation: The award has corresponded to Diego Fernandez Magdaleno ((Medina de Rioseco, Valladolid, 1971). Awarded by its excellence like pianist, its constant work of promotion of Spanish music, especially the contemporary, in its amplitude and aesthetic diversity; its permanent stimulus for the creation of new works. Present musics: The Amaral pair (present Musics), formed by Eva Amaral and Juan Aguirre, has been awarded by its contribution to the renovation of the present musical panorama, its capacity to transfer to the public the feelings of the young generations, their love to music and its office and the high artistic quality, widely declared throughout its trajectory, as well as in its last work Red Black-Dragoon Cat. National prizes of the book Prizes Spanish Letters: The prize has fallen to Josep Marta Castellet (Barcelona, 1926) by the set of its literary work.

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