Mao's Jupiter, Ballade, Por Una Cabeza
Michelle's Dante Prayer, Field of Gold, Hands
It's technically a memorial and not quite an exhibition, but Katya Gordeeva skating it in Sergei Grinkov's memory in 1996 will always be the most poignant and meaningful.
On the lighter side ... Johnny Weir skating to "Poker Face".
I don't really watch galas much - I tend to prefer competitive programs. But I don't think these have been mentioned yet?
Plushy - Tosca, 2006 Olympics gala
Plushy - Mack the Knife
Brian - Sandstorm
(After all the mushy music so many tend to choose, I really tend to need a change of pace... )
4 Kings - Plushy, Brian, Stephane, Johnny
And Toreadors: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g4RNtT1giA
Also I really like Yulia's 2014 Je T'aime
2012 Je T'aime was really good especially at the JGPF http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKKgZvEiyp4
And at 2012 Nationals http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCh_JFfcZ_o
In 2013, I didn't like it as much because of trouble she was having, but it was still pretty good.
I don't really remember any other exhibitions that stand out (Because I don't actually watch that many). Oh, Tessa and Scott at the 2010 Olympics and Moore-Towers and Moscovitch at the 2014 Olympics.
What did you thinks of MT/M's A Skater's Waltz?
Klimova & Ponomarenko's "Don Quixote" exhibition..1987 (Skate America?) It's a masterpiece.
Akiko's 'KA Love Dance' is seriously special. I watched her perform it live at the Dreams on Ice show in Yokohama and was totally speechless. Got chills during the step sequence.