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World Premiere: Places

Watch a digital work by choreographer Claudia Schreier, featuring an original composition by acclaimed Miami-based composer, Jorge Mejia.

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Watch To Miami, With Love

We’re delighted to share the videos of the pop-up performances which premiered at iconic locations around Miami in Feb 2021.

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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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2021/22 Season On Sale Now

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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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Location courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club
Photo © Karolina Kuras

The Most Influential People in Dance Today: Lourdes Lopez

At Miami City Ballet, Lourdes Lopez has shown how to turn around a financially struggling company without losing that for which it’s beloved. While building upon founder Edward Villella’s Balanchine legacy, she’s also embraced Miami’s unique cultural identity, commissioning works like Justin Peck’s Wynwood-inspired Heatscapeand Miami-born artist Michele Oka Doner’s underwater reimagining of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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COMPANY ROSTER ANNOUNCED FOR 2017/18 SEASON

Miami City Ballet announces its roster for the 2017-18 season, including promotions of Jennifer Lauren to principal, Lauren Fadeley to principal soloist and Ashley Knox to soloist, and the addition of seven new dancers.

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‘It was heaven’ — beloved star dancer leaves

“When Patricia Delgado joined Miami City Ballet, what thrilled the then-18-year-old ballerina most wasn’t performing in big theaters or being part of a famous company, but getting to dance all the time.” The Miami Herald reflects on a beloved ballerina.

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