Carnival Party at Palace Pisani

The great seducer : DON GIOVANNI

Carnival Party at Palace Pisani

La Chic Venise, in partership with Ca ’Macana, craft shop of typical Venetian masks presents the second edition of "Carnival Party-Palazzetto Pisani”!

Abandoned Dante's Heaven and Hell , this year's theme goes back to one of the most famous and loved works by Mozart: Don Giovanni.

The Palace is adorned by passion and sensuality to get you involved in the deeds of the great seducer, get yourself seduce and involve between intrigue and misadventures.

We look forward to see you on 02/21/2020 at Palazzetto Pisani, an 18th century building located in historic center of the city of Venice, overlooking the Grand Canal, a few steps from the  Accademia bridge
In this unique setting in the world you can attend the adventures of Don Giovanni, in an environment in the spirit of seduction and elegance, an evening of pure fun, music, opera and spectacular artistic performances.

Dinner, from the refined menu, will be served on the main floor and between one course and another you will be involved from the performances of our artists.

After dinner, a fun Carnival will begin, a unique and unforgettable experience, interspersed with  further performances and a DJ set with the most popular DJs of the lagoon.

Starting at 19.00 you can access the event and guests will be welcomed with an aperitif welcome and artistic and musical performances.

From 20.00 the dinner will be started by the hotel chef accompanied by shows, great food and magnificent regional wines.

After dinner the after dinner will start at 10.30pm
The party will continue until 02.00 involving guests in an eighteenth-century setting to be involved a unique and unforgettable experience.

Dress Code: in Carnival costume or elegant with Mask.

Dress code : with carnival dress or elegant dress with mask




Afterdinner party ticket ( 100 seats available between tickets without mask and with mask )
    - entrance at 23.00
    - exhibitions
    - dancefloor
    - 5 drinks included


    - entry at 19.00
    - aperitif, dinner
    - exhibitions
    - dancefloor
    - 5 after-dinner drinks included


    - entry at 19.00
    - aperitif, reinforced dinner and table near the shows
    - exhibitions
    - dancefloor
    - 5 after-dinner drinks included
    - mask ca macana included

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February 2020
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Palazzo Pisani Moretta

Palazzo Pisani Moretta is a palace situated along the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy (in the sestiere of San Polo) between Palazzo Tiepolo and Palazzo Barbarigo della Terrazza.


Built in the second half of the 15th Century by the Bembo family, the palace soon became the residence of a branch of the noble Pisani family (the Pisani Moretta branch). The palace was renovated, modified and extended over the following centuries, finally taking on its current aspect in the 18th Century. In fact many of the valuable interior decorations date back to the 18th Century. Past guests to the palace included important historic figures such as Tsar Paul I of Russia, Joséphine de Beauharnais and Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor.

Palazzo Pisani Moretta remained in the Pisani family until it died out in 1880 but the building is still owned privately.

The interior rooms were decorated by Baroque artists such as Tiepolo, Jacopo Guarana, Gaspare Diziani and Giuseppe Angeli. The palace once housed, among other things, Paolo Veronese's monumental painting The Family of Darius before Alexander, which was viewed here by Goethe in 1786 (diary entry from October 8 of that year) and acquired by the National Gallery, London, in 1857, where it now hangs. The palace is said to have housed a ceiling painting called, The Chariots of Aurora by Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini (1675-1741), which was restored and installed in the Library of George Vanderbilt's Biltmore House in Asheville, NC.

It hosts an annual masquerade ball Il Ballo del Doge, held during the Carnival period.


The façade of Palazzo Pisani Moretta is an example of Venetian Gothic floral style with its two floors of six-light mullioned windows with ogival arches, similar to those found in the loggia of the Doge’s Palace flanked by two single windows. The ground floor has two central pointed arched doorways opening on to the canal.

(c) Didier Descouens
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