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See three or four exceptional performances from The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Jewels, and Prodigal Son. Limited time only!

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George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®

Celebrate the holidays with a fantastical adventure for the whole family, featuring a live orchestra and over 100 dancers! Tickets from $34.

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Health and Safety

MCB and our partner theaters are committed to the health and safety of the artists, staff and audiences as we transition back into theaters.

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Watch: Online Premiere

Immerse yourself in an undersea fantasy with our reimaging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, from the comfort of your own home. Oct 14 – 31.

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Swan Ball 2022

Join us for the dance event of the season, a stunning evening inspired by the romance, magic and passion in Alexei’s Ratmansky’s Swan Lake.

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Preview: Robbins meets Tharp at Miami City Ballet

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.

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Miami City Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ Bounds Into Downtown

This Nutcracker builds on Balanchine’s choreography and has a huge cast. The Miami City Ballet is bringing its full company of 52 dancers, plus seven pre-professional and three student dancers, Miami City Ballet Executive Director Tania Castroverde Moskalenko said. In addition, there are nearly 60 local student dancers (some still in elementary school) from the Colburn School and the Gabriela Foundation’s everybody dance! program, as well as performers from the Los Angeles Children’s Choir.

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Dance as the Heart of the City

“The opening gala began with “Serenade,” Balanchine’s windswept embodiment of Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade in C Major for String Orchestra,” …Miami City Ballet did the honors impressively, with Simone Messmer being carried off for the elegiac ending of the 4-part suite keenly framed by the center’s intimate space.”

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