Last year MCB dancer Julian Goodwin-Ferris enchanted audiences at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens with Realized Inner Voices, marking his first work as a choreographer. For this year’s To Florida, With Love outdoor performance series Julian returns with Alienating Assimilation, a simmering, contemplative piece for five dancers set to Béla Bartók’s “Violin Duo No. 21, New Year’s Song” and Sebastian Bach’s “Violin Partita No. 1 in B Minor.”
The great works of Balanchine continue as a through-line for the season into the spring, paired with choreographers who were later influenced by his mastery of the form.
Mar 8 – 24 | Buy Tickets
The original version of the world’s most famous ballet, Swan Lake, lovingly reconstructed by one of today’s most celebrated choreographers, Alexei Ratmansky.
Apr 18 – May 12 | Buy Tickets
Register today for our Children’s Division classes, open to all children ages 3 – 8. A perfect way to begin to foster the love of dance in your little one.
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We invite all dancers ages 14+ to enjoy a variety of dance classes as part of our Open/Adult Division. Our classes are a great way to experience MCB School with no long-term commitment.
Today, we celebrate dancer Christie Sciturro, who is retiring from the stage after 15 great years with MCB. Christie, whose light shines just as brightly off stage as on, shares some incredible moments with the ballet and offers a bit of advice to young dancers.
By: Orlando Taquechel / Artburst Miami
Choreographer Claudia Schreier occupies a special
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.