Celebrate Carnival with an opera gala event in the heart of Venice, at the Scuola Grande of San Giovanni Evangelista.
You will be greeted with a welcome cocktail at the entrance, then move upstairs to the 'Opera Gala'
At the buffet you can enjoy a delicious dinner. In the evening orchestras, opera singers, dancers, and many other artists will perform. The dancers will teach you the basic steps of the eighteenth-century dances.
After midnight the evening will continue on the ground floor with DJ, who will entertain you with contemporary music.
Dress Code: Costume
You can rent a costume (not included in ticket price):
Atelier Nicolao. (www.nicolao.com)
Program of the evening:
6 pm, cocktail and opening of buffet in the Sala Colonne
6-6.45 pm, String Quartet and harlequin
6.45-7 pm, 'minuet dancers' and minuet lesson minuet in the Sala Verde
7-8 pm, magic show, harlequin, and juggler in the Sala Verde
8-8.45 pm, dance performance in the Sala Colonne
9-10.30 pm, Opera Gala in the Sala Grande
10.30-11.45 pm, a quartet performs waltzes and minuets in the Sala Colonne, in the hall the show of the magician, juggler and harlequin continues, accompanied on the piano
00.00-02.00 a.m., Disco music in Sala colonne with open bar.
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