• Spring Tour

    April 13-30, 2016

    Spring Tour

    Miami City Ballet's Spring Tour played to packed houses and critical acclaim, including the company's Lincoln Center debut (presented by the Joyce Theater Foundation), and appearances at Chicago's Harris Theater and the University of Minneapolis.

    The tour featured the touring debuts of MCB-commissioned works by Alexei Ratmansky and Justin Peck, alongside beloved masterworks by George Balanchine and Twyla Tharp.

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  • The 16/17 Season

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    The 16/17 Season

    MCB's new season opens October 21 with the classic full-length Giselle, plus six major additions to the company’s repertoire, including Peter Martins’ raw and witty Calcium Light Night, Jerome Robbins' thrilling Glass Pieces, Twyla Tharp’s joyous and jazzy Bach Partita, Sir Kenneth MacMillan's poignant Carousel Pas de Deux, George Balanchine’s Walpurgisnacht Ballet, and the world premiere of The Fairy’s Kiss by Alexei Ratmansky.

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Miami City Ballet Salutes All Moms

Moms take their kids to ballet class.
They come to every recital, video-camera at the ready.
They make time to watch us practice.
They cater to our ballet-shoe fetish.
They stay up all night working to make our costumes sparkle.
They journey across the country to see our big shows.
They motivate us to follow our dreams.

They are our biggest fans.

Share the gift of Miami City Ballet with your biggest fan on Mother’s Day!

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Miami City Ballet a “Triumph” during Lincoln Center debut

Miami City Ballet, presented by The Joyce Theater Foundation, took NYC by storm during the Company’s Lincoln Center debut, April 13 -17. For this spectacular appearance on the Koch Theater stage, the Company performed NY premieres of commissioned works, including Justin Peck’s Heatscape, Liam Scarlett’s Viscera, and Alexei Ratmansky’s Symphonic Dances. The Company also thrilled audiences with glorious pieces including Twyla Tharp’s Sweet Fields and George Balanchine’s Symphony in Three Movements, Serenade, and Bourrée Fantasque.

The rave reviews from Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times chief dance critic, are especially noteworthy. He remarked in his first review, “Bold, light, immediate, intensely musical, the dancing of Miami City Ballet flies straight to the heart.” Marina Harss from Dance Tabs commented, “This is dancing that makes one hungry for more,” and Nancy Dalva from the Observer remarked, “What a triumph!” about the Company’s performances. 

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Subscribe Now to the 2016-17 Season

Miami City Ballet’s 2016-17 season opens October 21 with the classic full-length Giselle, plus six major additions to the company’s repertoire, including the world premiere of The Fairy’s Kiss by Alexei Ratmansky.

Become an MCB Subscriber today for advance access and great discounts on the best seats before the general public! Purchase online or call 877.929.7010 Monday-Friday to guarantee the best seats!

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The Miami City Ballet Dancers in Why We Dance

“Ballet is so hard. It’s hard on your body, and it’s hard on your mind… we’re constantly pushing ourselves.”

For its 30th Anniversary Season, Miami City Ballet asked members from every rank of its international, 51-member company to tell their stories; what inspired them to dance, and what motivated them to devote their lives to this incredible physical and artistic discipline.


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MCB’s Ballet Bus

Miami City Ballet participated in Give Miami Day 2015 to raise funds for our groundbreaking new outreach program, Ballet Bus.

Presented in partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools and Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, Ballet Bus was created to eliminate barriers that prevent young children from underserved communities from participating in the arts.


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30th Anniversary Tour Dates Announced

Miami City Ballet is pleased to announce several national touring engagements, with performances scheduled for New York City, Chicago and Minneapolis.

“I cannot think of a better way to celebrate our 30th Anniversary than by sharing these marvelous dancers with our audiences and lifelong fans across the nation,” said MCB Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez. “We are so excited to be back on the road bringing to New York, Chicago and Minneapolis audiences the vitality, energy and diversity that MCB is known for.”

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Strictly Ballet, Season 2

Season Two of Teen Vogue’s Strictly Ballet web series wrapped with an exciting season finale and rave reviews, including a spot on NY Magazine’s popular “Approval Matrix”.

Strictly Ballet followed six MCB School students’ journeys to professional careers. “After viewing all the episodes, I’m so proud to have been a part of this incredible experience,” said Ella Titus, one of two students featured who received a contract to join Miami City Ballet next season. “It was amazing to relive the happiest day of my life!”

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New York Times Reviews Justin Peck’s ‘Heatscape’

No ballet by the 27-year-old choreographer Justin Peck is much like another; with each assignment he sets himself new choreographic hurdles. But Mr. Peck has quickly become the most eminent choreographer of ballet in the United States — and two particular characteristics have propelled him to the top: the exciting formal architecture of his dances and the kinesthetic thrill of his movement.

Certainly his latest ballet, “Heatscape,” which had its premiere at the Kravis Center here over the weekend with Miami City Ballet, shows his gift for memorably picturesque, changing group shapes… Meanwhile the dancers infectiously show the appeal of the ebullient movement he gives to them, with contrasting through-the-body ripples, pounces, bends, jumps and changes of direction…

“Heatscape” was sandwiched by excellent performances of Balanchine’s ultraclassical “Raymonda Variations” (1962) and Jerome Robbins’s classic comedy “The Concert” (1956). The level of dancing in the “Raymonda” was extraordinarily high at both performances, with virtuoso coloratura made musically acute and danced with full-out verve. Miami City Ballet, a jubilant and endearing company, refreshes the eyes and spirit.”

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