Our upcoming season in Miami, Broward and West Palm Beach will be announced mid-July. Sign up to our email list to be the first to know.
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.
Miami City Ballet has been popping up at a lineup of iconic locations around Miami. We’re delighted to share the videos of the pop-up performances with you. Plus explore Q&A with the choreographers, photo galleries and more.
A collection of essential activities for dance lovers, including online dance classes led by MCB dancers and renowned dancer Herman Payne.
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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!
Opens March 29. The season grand finale features our extraordinary reimagining of Balanchine’s captivating story ballet. March 29-April 14 in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach.
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Location courtesy of
Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club
Photo © Karolina Kuras
Miami City Ballet welcomed back company dancers to our sunshine-filled studios on Miami Beach last week, including the addition of five extraordinary new dancers.
Our current Friday Night Spotlight is Christopher Wheeldon’s
This Bitter Earth, which premiered on Friday, September 18 at 8pm on our MCB and Facebook YouTube. This Bitter Earth is available to view online until Sunday, October 18.
Celebrating 35 years as Miami’s ballet company, MCB dancers are heading back to where it all started — on Lincoln Road in a new pop-up studio space.
Here are some of MCB’s favorite books, recommended by MCB dancers and staff.
These books that capture your imagination and transport you to another place.
Go behind the scenes for insight into how this special work went from studio to stage.