Queen Maxima visits a music workshop in Amsterdam

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visit the Instrumentendepot Leerorkest and hand over the Amalia violin to Sanne Wiering in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on September 16, 2015. (The Queen received the violin last Kingsday in Dordrecht as a present and now she gives it to the instruments depot for children who want to play music. Queen Maxima is ambassador of the Platform Music education)
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visit the Instrumentendepot Leerorkest and hand over the Amalia violin to Sanne Wiering in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visited a workshop where music instruments are being refurbished and prepared in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visit the Instrumentendepot Leerorkest and hand over the Amalia violin to Sanne Wiering in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visit the Instrumentendepot Leerorkest and hand over the Amalia violin to Sanne Wiering in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visited a workshop where music instruments are being refurbished and prepared in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visited a workshop where music instruments are being refurbished and prepared in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima Style NATAN Dress
NATAN Dress

3 comments:

  1. Queen Maxima presented this girl with a violin (the Amalia violin) that was especially made for her and presented to her during the RF's visit to Dordrecht on this years Kingsday. She decided not to keep the violin herself - since her family has already have enough opportunities - but donate it to the Platform musical education that strives for musical education for everyone.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love everything queen maxima here

    ReplyDelete
  3. But why does she always wear her coats & jackets this way? It's very weird from her part and not stylish at all!

    ReplyDelete

Blogs allow for the posting of public comments. Posted comments must directly relate to the information and or topics of discussion on those blog. Comments that are moderated will be reviewed before posting. Comments that are not moderated will be addressed as soon as possible. We trust the community to ignore personal attacks, negative speech, and respond politely.