On Sunday, March 6, corps de ballet dancer Petra Love will debut a choreographic work entitled New Love at The Underline Brickell Backyard Sound Stage as part of MCB’s To Florida, With Love outdoor pop-up performance series. The work, featuring dancers Jennifer Lauren, Rui Cruz, Ethan Rodrigues, and Luiz Silva, is set to Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 4 in C Minor.
Join us for the Gala event of the season featuring world-class dancers singing and dancing to live musicians performing Leonard Bernstein’s irresistible tunes “Cool” and “America.”
Join us for a winter wonderland with sweet treats, dancing to a live DJ, meeting Nutcracker Magic cast characters, photo opportunities, gift bags, and more!
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In addition to our regular season in Miami, Broward and West Palm Beach, you can catch Miami City Ballet performing around South Florida and further afield.
As one of the most renowned ballet companies in the country, Miami City Ballet performs for nearly 125,000 patrons annually during its South Florida home season in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and tours to major cities domestically and internationally, including recent visits to New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles and Paris.
There is a reason Swan Lake has remained the world’s most beloved classical ballet for more than a century. It is an achingly beautiful fairytale told through unparalleled virtuosic choreography and Tchaikovsky’s indelible score that has long surpassed the test of time. It tells the story of young Prince Siegfried who falls in love with Princess Odette. Odette and her companions transform into swans under the spell cast by evil sorcerer Baron von Rothbart. Their days are spent gracefully gliding on a lake only to return to their human form at night. The only thing that can break the spell is true love and Rothbart will do anything in his power to stop it.
As timeless as love itself, Swan Lake has been enchanting audiences the world over for more than a century – ever since Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov restaged the work for the Imperial Mariinsky Theater in 1895.