El Nuevo Herald nombra Lourdes L
Last year, when she announced the 2013-14 season, Miami City Ballet Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez promised she would challenge her dancers in ways they had never imagined. Challenging new works have consistently peppered her programs, but this Saturday in Program III: Triple Threat, her company not only danced, but provided audiences with a thrilling theatrical experience that included acting and singing.
Lourdes Lopez has made a life in art, first as a dancer, then cultural arts reporter, instructor and dance company leader.Now, the Miami City Ballet artistic director will bring that background to a new role: board member of the Ford Foundation.
The Ford Foundation announced today the election of Lourdes Lopez to serve as a member of its Board of Trustees. Lopez will be the first artist to join the foundation’s Board of Trustees.
El Tercer Programa de la Temporada 2013-2014 del Miami City Ballet (MCB), titulado Triple Threat, se present
Emotions ran high even before the dancing started. Lourdes Lopez, Miami City Ballet’s artistic director, stepped in front of the curtain Valentine’s night to speak lovingly about her two teachers, George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, and announce that George Chakiris was in the audience.
Casting is now available for Program III: Triple Threat at the Broward Center.
Miami City Ballet will feature a major new commission and three company premieres in its 2014-2015 season, the company announced on Friday.
Fierce and fresh, Miami City Ballet claimed the vibrant territory of musical theater for its own Friday night with the company debut of West Side Story Suite at the Adrienne Arsht Center.
Miami City Ballet’s 29th season promises to be as exciting as ever with programs sure to delight both avid ballet fans and newcomers to the art alike by presenting an impressive array of works — including four Company premieres.
Known for its strength and versatility, Miami City Ballet will flaunt a new set of skills this Friday as the company debuts its world premiere of Jerome Robbins’ West Side Story Suite. In addition to tackling Robbins’ dazzling choreography, several dancers will also sing. Yes, ballet dancers will sing.