Countdown ’til the Dancers Return!

The Dancers return on Monday, August 10,  for the 09-10 Season.

We caught up with a few of them over the summer to find out how they spent their time away from the Ballet:

Jennifer Kronenberg:

Carlos Guerra:

Renato Penteado:

Patricia Delgado:

Callie Manning & Didier Bramaz:

Ashley Knox:

Allynne Noelle:

Kristin D’Addario:

Bradley Dunlap:

Jeanette Delgado, Patricia Delgado and Ballet Mistress Crista Villella:

Who are we?

Meet the voices behind MCB Blog and our Facebook Fan Pages: Ailency Martinez, Kris Kramer and Caroline Murray.


You may recognize Kris Kramer from the MCB stage – she was a dancer with the Company for five years. Recently joining the administrative staff as Development Associate, Kris is charged with recruiting new members for MCB’s Upper Room (the Ballet’s young professionals group) and hosting videos for our Web site, YouTube channel and Facebook  Fan Pages (Miami City Ballet Fan Page, MCB School Fan Page). Check out her video intro.:

Caroline Murray is Miami City Ballet’s Marketing Manager.  Although she was never a dancer (okay, so her mother shoved her feet into ballet slippers when she was five, but that was short-lived), she loves dance and the arts in general.  Caroline has been with MCB for more than eight years – she’s family — and she makes it her business to spread the word about MCB.

Ailency Martinez is a Ballet newbie, starting as our Marketing, Social Networking and PR Assistant extraordinaire last month.  She’s always armed with her video camera and iPhone, and is ready to bring you the dish as it happens!

We want to hear from you! Comment here to let us know what you would like featured on MCB Blog.

Photo by Nicolle Ugarriza

Introducing MCB Blog

Welcome to MCB Blog, your backstage pass to Miami City Ballet. 

In the coming months, our Social Networking Team (who you’ll meet next week) will share insider information, behind-the-scenes videos, exclusive photos, interviews with artists and more.  MCB Blog will occasionally have guest authors as well, including dancers, artistic staff, administration and supporters.   So you don’t miss out on any of the action, subscribe to our RSS feed or visit MCB Blog several times a week to read our updates.

We encourage you to participate! Comment on our posts; let us know what you think of our performances; and send us your ideas for topics we haven’t yet covered here.

Talk to you soon!