This reimagining was something to behold. The spectacular set and costumes were by artist Michele Oka Doner, who looked to the Miami waterways for her otherworld theme.
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On April 1, don’t miss this world premiere by genre-blurring choreographer Amy Hall Garner. Two dancers are connected by the uplifting power of dance in two thrilling cities, Miami and NYC.
A collection of essential activities for dance lovers, including online dance classes led by MCB dancers and renowned dancer Herman Payne.
Watch this new digital work by choreographer Claudia Schreier, featuring six MCB dancers and an original composition by acclaimed Miami-based composer, Jorge Mejia.
Single tickets have just been released for George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker. Get your tickets early and enjoy the best available seats!
Location courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club
Photo © Karolina Kuras
Both the music and dancing made “Dances” an over-the-top success. Francisco Rennò turned in extraordinary renditions of Chopin’s works.
Sparkling invention will come with exclusivity when Miami City Ballet stages Brahms/Handel for the first time in South Florida. The unique collaboration between Jerome Robbins and Twyla Tharp, which premiered at New York City Ballet in 1984, both demarcates and merges the choreographic territories of its top-of-the-mountain creators. And from each of their sides the high view is bracing.
Last season MCB revamped the Balanchine classic. Gone was the phone-it-in first Act. The new sets and costumes by Ruben and Isabel Toledo were not only gorgeous, they multiplied the references to the Hoffmann short story, deepening the ballet.