LOURDES LOPEZ / ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Suzette Logue gets behind the lens!

We are back in performance mode this week, as we prepare for our Season Opening at the Kravis Center this weekend! First Ventures has been the perfect way to start the new season. From George Balanchine’s Serenade — the first ballet he created in America — to Christopher Wheeldon’s “edgy and electrifying Polyphonia“, as described by the Miami Herald, and Balanchine’s  joyful, virtuoso Ballo della Regina, each ballet inspires a sense of excitement and anticipation for the rest of the season. To create lasting memories and capture our final performances of Program I: First Ventures on Instagram is corps de ballet dancer Suzette Logue!

Suzette Logue

Suzette Logue

We asked Suzette what ballets she is most excited to perform this weekend. Here’s what she said!

‘Ballo Della Regina’ and ‘Serenade’ are two of my favorite ballets to perform. There is such great energy in Ballo and Serenade has a soft but commanding presence that captures you from the moment the curtain goes up!

Look for Suzette onstage this weekend!

Suzette and Adrianne Carter having a 'merde' moment before 'Serenade' backstage.

Suzette and Adrianne Carter having a ‘merde’ moment before ‘Serenade’ backstage.

For a sneak peek at the ballets we are performing this weekend, check out the following blog posts!

Catch Program I: First Ventures at the Kravis Center this weekend, Friday, November 15 – Sunday, November 17! GET TICKETS NOW!

Headshot © Gio Alma.

 

 

 

Suzette Logue Takes Over Instagram

We have had two fabulous weeks of images on Instagram by our guest photographers (dancers Leigh-Ann Esty and Nicole Stalker).
Next week, corps dancer Suzette Logue takes the reins!

© Daniel Azoulay

Fun fact about Suzette: she’s a Florida girl!
Suzette grew up in Sarasota and has trained all across the Sunshine State, with institutions such as Sarasota Ballet, Tallahassee Ballet,
and Miami City Ballet School.

New Beginnings!

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.

Promoted to Soloist:

Sara Esty (Photo © Leigh-Ann Esty)

Kleber Rebello (Photo © Kyle Froman)

Promoted to Corps de Ballet:

Andrei Chagas

Suzette Logue

Promoted to Company Apprentice:
Chloe Freytag
Lexie Overholt
Kara White

Welcome back Jeremy Cox!

Jeremy returns for Programs I and II as a principal dancer after performing in Paris with MCB.

New to MCB:

Shimon Ito joined the Corps de Ballet and danced with MCB in Paris. He joins us from Ballet San Jose.

Jonathan Batista – School Scholarship Apprentice
Jovani Furlan – School Scholarship Apprentice
Sara McCahill – School Scholarship Apprentice

Meet the Dancers – Suzette Logue

This is me with my brothers and sister.