Through the Years → Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden (361/∞)
10 December 2014 | Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends the Nobel Prize award ceremony for Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Literature and Economic Sciences at the Stockholm Concert Hall. The Prize ceremony for the 2014 literature, medicine, chemistry, physics and economics Nobel laureates will be followed by the traditional banquet at the Stockholm city hall. (Photo credit JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images)
Through the Years → Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden (403/∞)
29 April 2016 | Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden arrives at the Nordic Museum to attend a concert of the Royal Swedish Opera and Stockholm Concert Hall to celebrate the 70th birthday of King Carl Gustaf of Sweden in Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage)
Confirmed! King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, and Princess Madeleine will attend the worship service and opening of the Swedish Parliament on September 13th, 2016. Later that night they will all attend the concert on the occasion of the parliament’s opening at Stockholm Concert Hall.
Jane Foster - Don’t be ridiculous. Of course I won’t get Thor to bring me flying at the Stockholm Concert Hall! … Alright, fine, yes, I may have consider using the Bifrost but just because it’s a perfect application of my theories! It has absolutely nothing to do with petty revenge against all those misogynist coots…
Crown Princess presents the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for Barbro Lindgren [June 2nd 2014]
Today Crown Princess awarded the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for the author Barbro Lindgren at a ceremony at the Stockholm Concert Hall.
Barbro Lindgren’s production includes picture books, poetry, plays and children’s books. Since its debut in 1965, she published a hundred titles translated into about 30 languages. The jury’s citation reads as follows:
Barbro Lindgren is a literary innovator. She has the audacity linguistic and psychological nuances renewed not just the picture book for the youngest but also the absurd prose narrative, the existential children’s poem and the realistic portrayal of youth. With perfect pitch, she expresses both bright lyckoögonblick and playful antics as life’s mystery and the proximity of death .
Host during priceremonin at the Concert Hall was Lamine Dieng, an actor, dancer and artist. On stage was also the actor Per Sörberg and musicians Edda Magnason, brothers Lindgren (Barbro Lindgren’s sons), Amanda Bergman and Ebbot Lundberg. Staffan Forssell, Director General of the Swedish Arts and Culture Lena Adelsohn Roth gave speeches and laureate Barbro Lindgren finished the evening with a vote of thanks.