LOURDES LOPEZ / ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Discover ‘First Ventures’ with Lourdes Lopez

Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez shares the meaning behind First Ventures and why the first program of our 2013-2014 Season is not to be missed!

Begin your journey with Miami City Ballet by joining us for Program I: First Ventures!

Adrienne Arsht Center: Oct. 18-20
Broward Center: Oct. 25-27
Kravis Center: Nov. 15-17

Category: Dancers, News, Performances

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7 Responses

  1. janet cantor says:

    Thank you so much for these videos. I can’t get enough of them.
    I am a snowbird and only get to see the MCB when I am there. I adore these dancers. Wish I could get to know them better. But good seats are too expensive and I must sit far away. And I go with people who want to get home so I can’t wait at the stage door. And Miami is so difficult to get to for me.
    I see the company either in Ft. Lauderdale or Palm Beach.
    If I can’t get to know the dancers better, at least I enjoy the videos.
    More. More.
    Janet Cantor
    Philadelphia, Pa.

  2. ruth says:

    When will Jennifer Kronenberg return?

  3. Miami City Ballet says:

    Jennifer will be back opening night of our 2013-2014 Season! We are so happy to have her back onstage!

  4. Miami City Ballet says:

    We are glad that you enjoy the videos and thank you so much for attending our performances. We will try to give you as much information about our dancers so that you can get to know them as much as possible right here on our blog! Look out for a video about Serenade to be posted soon!

  5. Alfred Feingold, MD says:

    Congratulations on a brilliant and exciting opening program at the Arsht Center. Your website videos are a great way to communicate with the many admirers of the Miami City Ballet.

  6. […] Explore Program I: First Ventures with Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez […]

  7. […] in the world, who actually ended up coming in person to oversee a rehearsal or two right before Program I: First Ventures opened! I believe that this experience pushed the dancers (especially the younger, less experienced […]

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