MCB School’s Explore Dance is a free, 28-week educational outreach program designed to promote the arts to our community’s youth through weekly classes at Fienberg-Fisher Elementary School. MCB School accepts 30 children into the program, teaching them the fundamentals of ballet based on the School’s official Ballet Preparatory curriculum. The program concludes in May 2015 with with a special performance by the Explore Dance children before their peers at Fienberg-Fisher, plus a lecture and demonstration by the MCB School Ensemble at the MCB Studios.Read More›
One of Shakespeare’s most beloved characters, Juliet, is a young girl who believes in eternal love, so much so that she trades her life for it. She is a girl we all know well, but what does it mean to a ballet dancer to get to become Juliet on stage? How does one prepare?
Read what becoming Juliet means to MCB corps de ballet dancer, Emily Bromberg, below.
And, watch our video, “Insights: Becoming Juliet” to find out how principal dancers Jennifer Kronenberg and Patricia Delgado channeled their inner Shakespeare character in John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet.Read More›
Congratulations to all the winners of the Sun-Sentinel’s Best of South Florida reader’s poll!
This year, Miami City Ballet topped the list for “Best Theatre Company”.
If they only danced as flawlessly as they do, then the Miami City Ballet (MCB) would be a hot ticket. But the company does that and more. Much more.
Last Friday Miami City Ballet headed to NSU’s Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale to spend some time with students at the Auto Nation Academy of Art + Design Creative Summer Art Academy.
MCB’s Costume Designer & Director Haydee Morales, along with Costume Artist Maria Morales took a group of 60 students on a creative journey through costume and wardrobe design -from how long takes to create wardrobe for a ballet, to where they get their materials—even noting the Wardrobe team’s frequent trips to New York City since supplies can be hard to find locally.Read More›