When emerging choreographer and New York City Ballet dancer Justin Peck received a call from Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez to create a new work on Miami City Ballet, he jumped at the opportunity. After choreographing several works for New York City Ballet, the young artist was eager to experience a new company, or as Justin described, “work with new paint.” For nearly two weeks, Justin immersed himself in music, dance and creation at our studios to choreograph his newest work Chutes and Ladders. Learn about Justin’s experience working with our dancers and how this exciting project came to be in the video below!
As Program IV begins, we can’t help but look ahead to all the exciting things the 2012-2013 season will bring. We are especially excited to announce the dancers who have been promoted for the new season!
Please join us in congratulations the following dancers!
The 2011-2012 season opens with Program I on October 21 at Adrienne Arsht Center! With a world premiere by Liam Scarlett, two full-length classics, and the return of Opus One Orchestra, this season promises to be one of the best in MCB history! We’d like to congratulate our newly promoted dancers and welcome new faces to the troupe for this very exciting season.
If you’ve already seen Program II, you may have watched newly promoted corps de ballet member Kleber Rebello in Diana and Actaeon with principal dancer Mary Carmen Catoya. You may have also seen him behind the mask of the Harlequin in La Sonnambula — both huge roles for this young, Brazilian dancer. We recently chatted with Kleber about his promotion and his roles in Program II of our 25th Anniversary Season.
You still have a chance to see Kleber in action this weekend at Kravis Center. Click here for tickets.