Organisation of Parties in Venice

Le Dogaresse di Venezia

An exceptional chamber music group comprised entirely of women, dressed in 18th-century Venetian attire, performing the most recognizable Baroque repertoire with a particular focus on the Venetian school. The collective may feature wind and/or stringed instruments.

Heralds of the Serenissima

Guests are greeted by standard bearers dressed in Renaissance costumes who use trumpets to emphasize the importance of significant events.

Grand Opera Gala

A tenor and a soprano accompanied by a piano or electric piano will perform a selection of pages from the Italian and European opera repertoire. Throughout the performance, opera arias and internationally renowned songs from Italy and abroad will alternate seamlessly.

Grand Gala of the Three Tenors

Three tenors, accompanied by a piano (or an electric piano), performed pages from the Italian and European opera repertoire, alternating between opera arias and internationally renowned songs from Italy and other countries.

Folklore of the Gondoliers

A vocal and instrumental group will be performing the most popular pieces from the Venetian and Neapolitan repertoire during an evening of folk culture. The musicians will be dressed in typical gondoliers' costumes.

Sweet Melodies Orchestra

A quartet consisting of a guitar, keyboard, voice, and saxophone performs a variety of music genres. Their repertoire includes easy listening and dance music that caters to all tastes, from national and international classics to evergreens, Latin American beats, and international cover songs. The amplification for the performance is customized to match the venue for the night.

Classic Ensemble

Concerts featuring classical music from the Baroque to the 20th century are available for private and exclusive events. These concerts can be held in churches, aristocratic mansions, or concert halls. The musical groups can be tailored to the needs of the evening. The musicians will be dressed in concert attire.

Venezia Classic Orchestra

A group of youthful instrumentalists attired in 18th-century garbs will perform a concert featuring both original compositions and arrangements of classical works by renowned Venetian composers from around the world.

Swing and Dixie Jazz Band

A group of musicians dressed in the fashion of the 1930s, including white shirts and trousers, blue striped blazers, blue bow ties, and straw boater hats, are part of an orchestra. They offer a repertoire of music that ranges from New Orleans style to the popular hits played by the well-known orchestras of the Swing Era.

Max D.J.

A Venetian DJ who is a young professional possesses top-notch technological equipment that enables him to play all kinds of music genres. The amplification of the performance is tailored to match the venue for the night.

Commedia dell’Arte

Several amusing plays based on medieval texts were presented by well-known carnival characters, including Harlequin, Columbine, Pantalone, Brighella, etc., thereby reviving the tradition of Commedia dell'Arte.

Page Boys

Upon the guests' arrival at the aristocratic mansion, they are welcomed by servants in livery holding lighted torches. Additionally, these same servants are also available to assist guests in disembarking from water taxis or gondolas.

Moorish Page Boys

To follow the customs of the Venetian nobility, young servants were dressed in clothing that reflected the style of the 18th century. These traditions were influenced by the desire of the nobility to have servants who came from lands under the rule of the Republic of the Serenissima.

Minuet Lessons

A demonstration of the dances that were commonly seen at Venetian parties during the 18th century is given by a group of professional dancers who are dressed in period costume. The Master of Ceremonies is present as well. Guests are later invited to participate and learn the basic steps to the famous Minuet by Boccherini.


Splendid young girls in period costumes entertain guests during the banquets, presenting the fascination of Venetian noblewomen.

Parade of Carnival Costumes

Some of the most photographed and illustrated carnival characters of our time are used to showcase the traditions of Venice's most significant event.

Historic Venetian Characters

Some famous personalities of Venice are depicted in this artwork, such as Marco Polo, Giacomo Casanova, the Courtesan Veronica Franco, Doge Pietro Orseolo, the Dogaressa, Senators, and Venetian Nobility.

Fire Eaters

An accomplished artist can create stunning bursts of flame, which make for a dazzling way to illuminate the guests' arrival.

Fortune Tellers

Fortune tellers who are famous for their skills in predicting future events while wearing traditional Middle Eastern costumes, create an atmosphere of enchantment and mystique. They use tarot cards to make predictions about love and work, adding an element of magic to the experience.


According to historical records of the ancient Serenissima Republic, it was necessary to possess athletic abilities and artistic talents in order to create a truly impressive atmosphere for a grand party hosted in an aristocratic Venetian mansion.

Portrait Artists/Caricaturists and Cartoon Artists

An artist, who has the ability to capture the most fascinating and attractive features of the attendees during a gala dinner, creates a unique souvenir. This souvenir is one of a kind.

Casanova Casino

A recreation of the most popular gambling games during the era of Casanova is presented in a scenic manner. The players are assisted and directed by croupiers dressed in period costumes, making this centuries-old adventure even more captivating.

Treasure Hunt in Venice

Players can enjoy a game that takes them through the alleyways and small squares of Venice, exploring both popular and less familiar locations in this ancient and fascinating city that is rich with magic and color. To add to the fun, players are encouraged to wear a "domino", the traditional costume that was popular during the carnival in the 1800s. Upon arrival, all participants will receive a commemorative medal that features the name of the company they work for and the date on which they took part in the game. At the end of the game, the winning team will receive a prize that will be determined based on the type of event.

Mask Workshop

All workshop attendees, regardless of their level of experience in manual labor, will have the opportunity to create a distinctive, personalized mask that serves as a unique keepsake of their time in Venice. Before engaging in the practical portion of the workshop, our assistants provide a brief theoretical overview and make their expertise available to participants, guiding them through the various stages of coloring, decorating, and finishing the masks. The workshop provides all the necessary materials, including unfinished masks and basic supplies for creating them.

Giacomo Casanova Snakes and Ladders Game

A group game called "Parlour" can be played with the help of a 300 x 400 cm. painted canvas, and is suitable for all guests regardless of nationality. The game is based on the life of a famous libertine, and is divided into six themes that represent the most important and interesting moments of his life. The game features anecdotes and curiosities about the history and traditions of Venice during that time period.

“Atelier Casanova” Costume Hire

Our guests will have the opportunity to explore Venetian house party fashion by elegantly dressing up in costumes from different eras ranging from the 17th century to the 20th century. This will enhance the ambiance of the gala evening and make it more evocative. The costumes will be delivered to the guests' rooms and collected the following morning at the hotel.

Hire of Carnival Costumes

Guests can enhance their experience of the carnival period by donning the traditional costume consisting of a cloak, silken head covering, white domino, and three-cornered hat. This will transport them to the famous Venetian parties of the Serenissima Republic's golden centuries, making the evening even more captivating. The costumes will be delivered to their room and collected either at the venue or the following morning in the hotel.

Hire of Livery for Waiters

Waiters during the 18th century used to wear a specific type of clothing to recreate the ambiance of Venetian house parties. The outfit included trousers, a waistcoat, a jabot, shirts, and stockings.