Here we give you the information of the winners this 2018 and the most important appointments of the official agenda.
XXVII Concert Princess of Asturias Awards
· SS.MM. The Kings will preside over the XXVII Princess of Asturias Awards Concert, organized by the Princess of Asturias Foundation, which will take place on Thursday October 18, at 19.30 hours, at the Príncipe Felipe Auditorium, in Oviedo. The Choir of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, together with the Symphony Orchestra of the Principality of Asturias, will perform the Stabat Mater by Gioaccino Rossini, under the direction of Rossen Milanov, with the participation of the soloists Beatriz Díaz (soprano), María José Montiel ( mezzosoprano), Xabier Anduaga (tenor) and José Antonio López (baritone).
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19
- Audiences Boardroom of Hotel de la Reconquista
Winners of the 2018 Asturias Medals. Winners of the 2017 End of Career Awards from the University of Oviedo.
- Audiences Covadonga Hall of the Hotel de la Reconquista
12.30 hours. Hearing SS.MM. the Kings to the presidents of the juries, to the members of the Princess and Foundation patronages and to the winners of the 2018 Princess of Asturias Awards. Press Pool
- 18.30 hours. Princess of Asturias Awards Ceremony 2018
Princess of Asturias Award for the Arts
Princess of Asturias Award for Letters
Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities
Princess of Asturias Award for International Cooperation
Amref Health Africa
Princess of Asturias Sports Award
Reinhold Messner and Krzysztof Wielicki
Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences
Michael J. Sandel
Princess of Asturias Award for Scientific and Technical Research
Princess of Asturias Award for Concord
Sylvia A. Earle
Exemplary Town of Asturias 2018
11.30 hours Visit to Mual, for the delivery of the Prize to Exemplary Town of Asturias 2018.
Press Pool and restricted access to graphics in some spaces.
Mual is a village in the parish of Veiga de Rengos, in the south-western council of Cangas del Narcea, whose capital is 19 kilometers away. With vestiges of settlements from the Castreña era and cited for the first time in the Record book of Corias in 1187, Mual sits in a narrow valley through which the River Munieḷḷos flows.