Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Jan. 31, 2011)
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Fine wine, champagne and Parisian-inspired dishes were enjoyed by top Miami City Ballet patrons as a prelude to the Company’s exhilarating first program of the New Year. The scene for celebration was internationally renowned, James Beard award-winning Chef Daniel Boulud’s new Miami restaurant, db Bistro Moderne, located at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami. The Company premiered Twyla Tharp’s exhilarating Baker’s Dozen, George Balanchine’s haunting La Sonnambula, the buoyant Western Symphony, and the pas de deux Diana and Actaeon. Afterwards, the benefactors headed to a dessert and champagne reception in the Arsht Center’s Peacock Rehearsal Studio hosted by Investor Solutions. Artist’s Circle members provide generous support for Miami City Ballet’s annual operating expenses.
Check out this captivating Q&A in Pointe (Feb./March 2011)
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.
Miami, FL (Jan. 20, 2011)
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
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…