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AMO PAVAROTTI Exhibition Slideshow

AMO PAVAROTTI Exhibition Slideshow

Exhibition Room

The first of the segmented exhibition rooms, displayed Pavarotti’s life history on lit plaques along one wall, and a print and photo-montage of his life and events on the other.

Exhibition Room

The next room continued a video installation of different screens, all playing fragmented parts of a Lucianno Pavarotti performance.

Exhibition Room

Pavarotti's awards were displayed in cases of the second room.

Exhibition Room

His costumes were displayed along another wall of the second room.

Final Exhibition and Performance Room

The final room was filled with drinks, food, and song.

Edible Offerings

Shaved meats were available for guests as just one part of the extensive menu.

Opera Performance

Emerging artists performed before the food finale of the event.

Opera Performance

Emerging artists performed before the food finale of the event.

Opera Performance

Emerging artists performed before the food finale of the event.

Special Edition Bottles

Special edition Acqua Panna was also on display, and part of the guest gift-pack.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Princess Diana's personal belongings on display to mark 20th anniversary of her death

A pair of beloved ballet shoes, a personalized school trunk and a case full of musical cassettes all belonging to the late Princess Diana will be on display at Buckingham Palace as part of a memorial tribute marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana’s sons, Princes William and Harry, selected most of the belongings that will be on display as part of a larger palace exhibit. “Royal Gifts,” which features presents Queen Elizabeth has received throughout her 65-year reign, opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 1.

The collection centerpiece is a desk where Diana read and answered official correspondence in her sitting room in Kensington Palace.

Numerous framed photos of her children sit on the desk, along with a silver Cartier desk calendar, engraved with her birthday and those of Prince Charles and their sons. The princess received it as a gift from former President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, during a visit Diana and Charles made in 1985 to Washington, D.C.

Diana, whom many people referred to as “The People’s Princess,” died Aug. 31, 1997 from a car crash in Paris. William was 15 when she died, and Harry was 12.

Over the past year, both princes have spoken out extensively as part of a mental health awareness campaign about how they coped after their mother's sudden death. Harry revealed he sought counseling in the aftermath, and William acknowledged his personal guilt in the inability to protect his mother.


Watch the video: Pavarotti 1986 in China (December 2021).