Grand Carnival Ball between the ages in the magical setting of the Treasurer’s Picture Gallery


Rome – On Saturday 16 February 2019, the Compagnia Nazionale di Danza Storica (National Company of Historical Dance) organizes the magical and entertaining Carnival Grand Ball between the Ages in the prestigious Pinacoteca del Tesoriere (Treasurer’s Picture Gallery), a 17th century private historic building that houses frescoes from the Baroque period and masterpieces of inestimable value.

It is located in Piazza San Luigi dei Francesi in Rome, right in front of the famous Church that contains three absolute masterpieces by Caravaggio: the Martyrdom of St. Matthew, St. Matthew and the Angel and Vocation of St. Matthew.

The Grand Carnival Ball between the Epochs will be a journey through the history of Costume and Fashion from the Renaissance to the early ‘900 and includes a Buffet curated by Star Chefs and the Beverage open for the duration of the Ball.

The program of the Grand Ball includes: Carnival Waltz, The Waltzing Cat, Valzer delle Ore da Coppelia, Circassian Circle, Quadrille Il Pipistrello, Valzer da La Traviata, S. Bernard Waltz, The Triumph, Mazurka dal Gattopardo, Auretti’s Dutch Skipper, Childgrove, Musen Polka, National Waltz, Lilli Burlero, Virginia Reel , The Dhoon, Comical Fellow, Rinka, Russian Figure Waltzny, Russian Waltz Quadrille, Moscow Polka, Radestzky March.

During the event the dancers of the Compagnia Nazionale di Danza Storica Rome Regency Dancers, coordinated by Giorgia De Luca and accompanied on the piano by Maestro Gabriele Ceccarelli, will dance the Cotillon La Comme’re and the Wilson Waltzes; the costume designer Federica Carone will present some of her creations.

President of the Compagnia Nazionale di Danza Storica Nino Graziano Luca said: “In every moment of the Grand Ball of Carnival between the ages, it will seem to have gotten on a time machine. Wandering back and forth in space and time, typical of the literary or cinematographic narrative of science fiction, will seem to materialize under the eyes of the participants. From costumes to dances, from performances to works of art of the location, it will fluctuate in a fun way from the Renaissance to the early ‘900.



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