Miami City Ballet Bringing Costumes, Education, Performance To Four Arts, Kravis

Next week will bring a triple header of Miami City Ballet to Palm Beach audiences.Company costume designer and director Haydee Morales will discuss costume design Wednesday and founding artistic director Edward Villella will shed light on the art of partnering Thursday at The Society of the Four Arts. During the weekend, the dancers will perform at the Kravis Center.

MCB’s 25th Anniversary Season Continues With Program III Featuring The Company Premiere Of Paul Taylor’s Promethean Fire

50 DANCERS! FOUR COMPANY PREMIERES! LIVE OPUS ONE ORCHESTRA! MIAMI CITY BALLET’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON CONTINUES WITH PROGRAM III FEATURING THE COMPANY PREMIERE OF PAUL TAYLOR’S PROMETHEAN FIRE JOINING THE STAGE WITHGEORGE BALANCHINE’S SCOTCH SYMPHONY AND TWYLA THARP’S NINE SINATRA SONGS. ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER, MIAMI œ FEBRUARY 11, 12 & 13KRAVIS CENTER, WEST PALM BEACH œ MARCH 4, 5, & 6

Miami City Ballet Shines In Two Balanchine Classics

A varied program focusing on the choreography of George Balanchine and Twyla Tharp opened the new year for Miami City Ballet Friday night at the Arsht Center. Four highly contrasted works found the company dancing in high gear with not a weak link to be found from principals to the highly disciplined corps de ballet…

MCB Program II At The Arsht Center

Having seen a number of performances by the Miami City Ballet in the past year, I was anxiously awaiting last night’s performance. The audience and I were not disappointed…

Miami City Ballet Program II

There is a sequence in Balanchine’s ‘La Sonnambula’ where the love-struck Poet rolls on the ground, placing his hands in the path of the beautiful Sleepwalker and watching in awe as, unseeing, she steps over him. Leaving aside the implications of a hero spell-bound by an unconscious beauty (oh, men), in Miami City Ballet’s production last Friday, Jennifer Kronenberg’s unfocused eyes were so haunting that the audience couldn’t help falling for her too. So when Carlos Miguel Guerra stood up, only to sink again, this time landing on his knees and bending until his back was flat against ground, we understood. Logically, this makes no sense: why is he bending away from her? Because of passion, that’s why!…

Dance Enthusiasts In For Treat With Miami City Ballet Program

A Miami City Ballet program opening Friday at the Adrienne Arst Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Miami will feature the premiere of Twyla Tharp’s Baker’s Dozen and George Balanchine’s La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker) with Afro-Cuban dancer Isanusi Garcia-Rodriguez and the buoyant Western Symphony…

Miami City Ballet’s Upper Room Brings Ballerinas To Grand Central

Ballet isn’t all pointy objects and swan feathers, it’s also a visually fascinating, physically challenging art form. Now, thanks to Miami City Ballet, it’s also a nifty night on the town. MCB’s young professionals group, Upper Room, offers the sweet double deal of watching a unique performance and finishing off with a few fancy drinks…

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