Palazzo Grassi is one of the few surviving examples of Medieval urban configuration. The arcade is supported by wood beams in the typical 'crutch' shape. The palace once belonged to the Canonici family, but was acquired by the Grassi family in 1466, and remained with their descendants until 1848. Today the palace is the seat of the Army Officers' Club.
So, come and join us for a wonderful evening with Organic Shapes (Gabriele Gubbelini), who will surround us with the magical, chill-out atmosphere of the didjeridoo sound!
We look forward to seeing you there!