• The 16/17 Season

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    The 16/17 Season

    MCB's new season opens October 21 with the classic full-length Giselle, plus five major additions to the company’s repertoire, including Peter Martins’ raw and witty Calcium Light Night, Jerome Robbins' thrilling Glass Pieces, Sir Kenneth MacMillan's poignant Carousel Pas de Deux, George Balanchine’s Walpurgisnacht Ballet, and the world premiere of The Fairy’s Kiss by Alexei Ratmansky.

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  • The Nutcracker

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    The Nutcracker

    Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice – the perfect holiday treat for the entire family.

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  • Giselle

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    Program One opens the season with the 19th century’s greatest romantic ballet and one of the most beloved works of all time - Giselle.

    The title role of the innocent peasant girl turned mad by her lover’s betrayal, returning from the dead to save him from death, is every ballerina’s dream role – requiring both outstanding acting skills and impeccable technique.

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  • Program Two

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    Program Two

    Opening with Peter Martins’ very first ballet, the raw and witty Calcium Light Night, MCB continues to expand its Jerome Robbins repertory with Glass Pieces.

    Carousel Pas de Deux by Sir Kenneth MacMillan, is a poignant duet adapted from the popular musical, set to music by the great Richard Rodgers. George Balanchine’s ravishing Serenade rounds out the program.

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    Program Three

    Program Three features a world premiere by one of the most important choreographic voices working today. Alexei Ratmansky returns for his second commission with MCB, The Fairy’s Kiss, based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen.

    A new Balanchine acquisition, Walpurgisnacht Ballet, set to Charles Gounod’s passionate Faust music, contains a bravura ballerina role and a corps of 24 alluring women. And Christopher Wheeldon’s contemporary Polyphonia returns for an encore after its popular reception in 2013.

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  • Program Four

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    Program Four

    Program Four brings this stimulating season to a climax with one of Paul Taylor’s best-loved works, the baroque-influenced Arden Court, alongside two Balanchine masterpieces: Divertimento No. 15, set to the music of Mozart, followed by Who Cares?, Balanchine's glorious tribute to Broadway featuring the music of his friend and collaborator George Gershwin.

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Single Tickets Now on Sale!

Single tickets for the 2016-17 season are now on sale, including George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker, the classic full-length Giselle, and five company premieres including the World Premiere of Alexei Ratmansky’s The Fairy’s Kiss.

Tickets start at just $20. Select the best seats in the house before they’re gone!

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MCB’s First National Dance Day Event A Hit!

Miami City Ballet’s first-ever National Dance Day event drew a big crowd of dance fans to Miami Beach for a flash mob and to celebrate dance for all. A dance party in Collins Park kicked off the day followed by an Open House at MCB Studios with special appearances by MCB Dancers and the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders.

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2016 MCB Summer Intensive Concludes

The 2016 MCB Summer Intensive concluded with Summer Repertory Performances on July 22 & 23. Students showcased their talents and hard work with original choreography from MCB School faculty as well as excerpts from La Bayadère and the finale of George Balanchine’s Who Cares?

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Miami City Ballet Welcomes Arantxa Ochoa to MCB School

Miami City Ballet and Miami City Ballet School are pleased to announce that Arantxa Ochoa will join the School as its new Director of Faculty and Curriculum. Her appointment comes after three years of steady growth and expansion of the School under the leadership of MCB Artistic Director and MCB School Chairman Lourdes Lopez and Darleen Callaghan, who remains as Director of School Administration.

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Rob Gronkowski Takes Ballet Lessons with MCB

Ballet and football? Some may not see the connection, but it’s no secret to the pros that ballet training is unmatched for developing speed, flexibility, core and leg strength.

The Green Bay Packers, NY Jets tackle Steve McLendon and even legendary Hall of Famer Lynn Swann have all incorporated ballet into their offseason training regimens.

So when New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski visited Miami Beach, our Principal Soloist Nathalia Arja was more than happy to put him through the paces… Gronk-style, of course!

See the video on GQ.com, with special thanks to Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

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Subscribe Now to the 2016-17 Season

Miami City Ballet’s 2016-17 season opens October 21 with the classic full-length Giselle, plus six major additions to the company’s repertoire, including the world premiere of The Fairy’s Kiss by Alexei Ratmansky.

Become an MCB Subscriber today for advance access and great discounts on the best seats before the general public! Purchase online or call 877.929.7010 Monday-Friday to guarantee the best seats!

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Miami City Ballet a “Triumph” during Lincoln Center debut

Miami City Ballet, presented by The Joyce Theater Foundation, took NYC by storm during the Company’s Lincoln Center debut, April 13 -17. For this spectacular appearance on the Koch Theater stage, the Company performed NY premieres of commissioned works, including Justin Peck’s Heatscape, Liam Scarlett’s Viscera, and Alexei Ratmansky’s Symphonic Dances. The Company also thrilled audiences with glorious pieces including Twyla Tharp’s Sweet Fields and George Balanchine’s Symphony in Three Movements, Serenade, and Bourrée Fantasque.

The rave reviews from Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times chief dance critic, are especially noteworthy. He remarked in his first review, “Bold, light, immediate, intensely musical, the dancing of Miami City Ballet flies straight to the heart.” Marina Harss from Dance Tabs commented, “This is dancing that makes one hungry for more,” and Nancy Dalva from the Observer remarked, “What a triumph!” about the Company’s performances. 

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Ballet Bus

Ballet Bus is a short documentary by Isaac Mead-Long taking you into the lives of two young boys, Kimani and Kelvin, who were selected to be a part of Miami City Ballet’s Ballet Bus Program.

Ballet Bus is a year-round dance scholarship program at Miami City Ballet School, produced in partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools. The program provides fully-subsidized tuition, transportation, dance attire, counseling and support to children from District Title I schools – everything a child needs to succeed at one of the nation’s premier dance training academies.

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