Spring Mix

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

Swan Lake

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

NEW! PointePass Flex Pack

Experience the magic of ballet your way with PointePass. Get six tickets to be used however and whenever you want — you pick the ballet(s), date(s), theater(s).

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Children’s Division

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.

Ages 3 to 8 | Register Now

Open Classes

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.

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Choreographer Spotlight: Alaina Andersen Part II

Earlier in 2020, Alaina debuted her first-ever choreographic work, Tang as part of MCB’s To Miami, With Love pop-up series to critical and audience acclaim. We caught up with the burgeoning choreographer and current MCB corps de ballet dancer to discuss her newest project Fire, premiering at the Norton Museum of Art on September 24th as part of the museum’s For the Record: Celebrating Women in Art exhibition. The performance marks the company’s first Palm Beach engagement since February 2020’s Firebird program at the Kravis Center.

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Lourdes Lopez, A Life for Dance

On August 14, 2021, Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez was honored with “A Life for Dance” achievement award from the prestigious International Ballet Festival Miami (IBFM). Read her touching acceptance speech including her tender recognition of so many that preceded her, and her firm belief that ballet truly belongs to everyone in our community.

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The Return of the Son

By Robert Gottlieb

Only three months before Sergei Diaghilev’s death, in 1929, George Balanchine choreographed the final ballet created for the great impresario’s Ballets Russes.

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