Mascheranda Grand Ball

Serenissima Venezia

In the magical night of the Carnival of  2016 ,  candlelight in the most  charming Palace of Venice, facing the Grand Canal, among  precious scenes and the 18th  frescos, you’ll be the welcome guests at the Mask Ball “Mascheranda” Serenissima Venezia .
At the arrival in the Main Saloon richly decorated a mysterious aperitif will be served  delighted by a surprising artistic performance .
The masked guests will then be invited to go upstairs , where , in the Guarana , Tiepolo, Longhi Saloons and in all the others , a Grand traditional Gala Dinner will be served ,  with a live classical music performance , the Dancers and the Comici dell’Arte -with the Wonder Frames- entertainments introduced by Casanova  .
During and all along the evening  , music , fantasy, entertainments , colour and warmth, will be the frame for the magic of the Party going on with the Casanova of the Year Election and the School of  Historical Dances with the Master of Ceremony , the Boudoir "Enchanting the Senses" , the Belly Dancers and the great Mask Ball in the Main Saloons with surprises and games based on the theme of the Party.
Open Bar available for the guests .


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23 February 2015
It was an experience of a night. What was a bit disappointing for me was the welcome. I felt all the effort had been put into those who had paid for dinner and the after party guests there was not much of a welcome or fuss over. The fee to attend is a lot of money to me and it was well over an hour before I received a drink. I did enjoy the night and it was an insight into the Venice Carnival. Even at 11.30pm the party was not set up and it took other guests asking if we could go up to the main room. I arrived and was advised I had to stay in the main reception room. There could have been a bit music going and a welcome glass of fizz - a bit of fuss for people attending the after party but just felt a bit of a damp squib to arrive. Once started it was great but the main focus was those spending up to £600.
Clare Shedden