A 19th –century masquerade ball with Vin d’Honneur and buffet
On Saturday, February 9th, 2013, at 4:30 PM, St. Regis Hotel, (ex Grand Hotel),Rome
Compagnia Nazionale di Danza Storica, led by Nino Graziano Luca, organizes the Carnival Grand Ball on Saturday, February 9th, 2013 at St. Regis Hotel in Rome, which perfectly combines the magnificent external architecture with luxurious Empire-, Regency- and Louis XIV styled interior.
The St. Regis Hotel, led with care and mastery by Vincenzo Falcone, has been included in the Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List for its incomparable interiors and impeccable services.
Dancers from every corner of Italy and some European capitals will be dancing in the magnificent Ritz Grand Ballroom, characterized by marble Corinthian columns supporting the vaulted ceiling, which is covered with famous portrait painter Mario Spinetto’s frescoes.
The Carnival Ball allows the guests to relive the 19th-century atmosphere either watching spectacular dance performances or becoming personally involved into the fun of the ball itself.
From the moment of their arrival, guests become the active protagonists of a scene they themselves help to create and continuously change.
During the Carnival Grand Ball ladies are kindly required to wear 19th century costumes with a crinoline, while gentlemen a white tie or a military uniform. It is also possible to wear a black tie, a mask or a fancy dress.
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