• 2021/22 Season

2021/22 Season

Sunshine in Motion


Miami City Ballet extends a warm welcome to you. Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez has curated a 2021/22 season with the joy of dance and captivating stories at its heart, and we can’t wait to celebrate our return to theaters with you.

The centerpiece of the season is an event not to be missed! The North American premiere of Alexei Ratmansky’s timeless and beautiful Swan Lake will be a momentous occasion.

The unforgettable classics Jewels, Prodigal Son and The Nutcracker are an escape to favorite far-away places. Two fresh company premieres will move and delight you: After the Rain and Herman Schmerman. And, a thrilling world premiere by choreographer Claudia Schreier and filmmaker Adam Barish will nudge the boundaries of dance as an art form in ways that will unleash your imagination.

Tickets for the 2021/22 season are currently only available as part of a subscription.

Subscribe by Aug 22 and receive a free ticket to the online premiere of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Renewing subscribers must renew by Aug 16 (value $20).

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Swan Lake

Feb 11 – 27, 2022

Swan Lake** (Ratmansky / Tchaikovsky)

Jewels

Mar 18 – Apr 24, 2022

Emeralds (Balanchine / Fauré)
Rubies (Balanchine / Stravinsky)
Diamonds (Balanchine / Tchaikovsky)

Prodigal Son

Apr 29 – May 22, 2022

Prodigal Son (Balanchine / Prokofiev)
Herman Schmerman Pas de Deux* (Forsythe / Willems)
After the Rain Pas de Deux* (Wheeldon / Pärt)
World Premiere* (Schreier / Barish / TBD)

George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®

Dec 10 – 30, 2021

George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker® (Balanchine / Tchaikovsky)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Online Premiere (Balanchine / Mendelssohn)
Oct 14 – 31, 2021

Subscribe by Aug 22 and receive a free ticket to the online premiere of Midsummer, value $20.

 

*Company Premiere

**North American Premiere

 


 

Discover More

2021/22 Season Highlights Playlist
Immerse yourself in the joy of dance with our 2021/22 Season highlights playlist below, or follow MCB on Spotify.

 

Watch: 2021/22 Season Highlights with Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez
Hear directly from MCB artistic director Lourdes Lopez talk about why she selected these ballets, and what she loves about these diverse and inspiring works.