Summers To Remember

Principal Jennifer Carlynn Kronenberg and two top dancers from American Ballet Theatre and Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet look back on the intensive teachers who inspired and informed their careers.

MCB Blog: Ratmansky Wrap-Up

It was a rigorous but rewarding week at Miami City Ballet’s studios. The renowned choreographer from Russia Alexei Ratmansky visited the company to prepare his work Symphonic Dances for its return to the stage…read more

Miami City Ballet 2012-2013 Season

Miami City Ballet, Florida’s internationally acclaimed company, announces its 2012-2013 season of dance in South Florida, which features new works by two of the world’s most innovative and sought-after choreographers.

Lourdes Lopez On New Role With Miami City Ballet

On the Thursday before Labor Day weekend Lourdes Lopez received a call from Miami City Ballet. In the spring she had been named to succeed the outgoing artistic director Edward Villella. His departure was controversial

Big Weekend For Families

From ballet to rock ‘n’ roll, this weekend has something for everyone. Introduce your child to dance at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach or to classic rock at the Pineapple Festival in Jensen Beach…

A Talk With Lourdes Lopez Of Miami City Ballet

We caught up with Lourdes Lopez, the new artistic director of the Miami City Ballet, just before rehearsal this past Friday afternoon at the Broward Center.That night she would introduce herself formally – for anyone even casually acquainted with dance has been following the backstage/boardroom drama – to the Fort Lauderdale/Boca Raton audience.

The Rise And Rise Of Liam Scarlett

I first met Liam Scarlett when he was not long out of teenagerdom. I remember him being shy and slightly awkward, as most young men of that age are, but with a sort of quiet confidence that belied his years. Fresh out of the Royal Ballet Upper School, he was about to present his first choreographic work in the Linbury Studio Theatre of the Royal Opera House.

Blog: No Place Like Home

When I joined Miami City Ballet in 2006, I was overwhelmed by the embarrassment of artistic riches before me. I was trained at the School of American Ballet, where my fellow students and I would obsessively watch videos of Farrell, McBride, Martins and Villella, longing to be a part of that era. I didn’t know until I came to this company that the vibrancy, musicality and beauty of those dancers and the wonderful ballets was still so vividly alive. MCB was dancing the most sophisticated repertoire with the utmost respect to the wishes of the choreographers whilst imbuing it with their own sense of daring, rhythm and joy…

An Erotic Kick Off For Mcb

Miami City Ballet inaugurated its new season with works that underscore the company’s profound and diverse dramatic range. The program also ushered in a seismic shift from the departure of ballet founder and artistic director, Edward Villella to the debut of Lourdes Lopez, MCB’s new artistic director. As Lopez states in the program notes, this season is in many ways not hers. It is Villella who selected the ballets and rehearsed the dancers until his sudden departure in early September of this year, several months earlier than planned…

Early Days With Lopez

Miami City Ballet opened its twenty-seventh season with a new artistic director, former New York City Ballet star, Lourdes Lopez. There is a sense of security knowing that the baton has been passed to another Balanchine disciple. There has been considerable press about Lopez’s arrival and introduction to the company and to the public. It looks as if she is the perfect fit and the stability of the company is now a certainty. Her welcome speech was quite moving in its recognition of the growth of this community…

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