THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES ATTEND OPENING
OF EXHIBITION IN HONOUR OF MAESTRO LUCIANO PAVAROTTI
Belgrade, 20 April 2010 – Their Royal
Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess
Katherine attended tonight the official opening of an
exhibition in honour of Maestro Luciano Pavarotti, at the
Italian Institute for culture in Belgrade. This exhibition
has items that belonged to the great master of the Opera,
and was organized by the Italian Embassy in Belgrade and
Italian Institute for Culture.
The exhibition was opened by H.E. Mr.
Armando Varricchio, Italian Ambassador to Serbia and Ms.
Madlena Zepter, founder of the Chamber Opera Madlenianum in
Belgrade. Ms. Nicoletta Mantovani Pavarotti, widow of the
famous tenor, also attended the opening, as well as many
representatives of Serbian cultural and public life, members
of diplomatic corps and numerous visitors.
The exhibition will be displayed at the
Italian Institute for culture in Kneza Milosa 56 Street in
Belgrade until April 30, 2010, every day from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m, except on Saturdays and Sundays.