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In good and dark days, the arts are a salve, providing joy, inspiration, comfort, and healing. And that’s certainly something we all need right now. Please consider making a contribution today to the Dancer Support Fund.

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A collection of essential activities for dance lovers, including online dance classes led by MCB dancers or MCB School Faculty Herman Payne.

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2020/21 Season Update

With our highest priority focused on health, we have made the difficult yet necessary decision that our 2020/21 Season will not go on as planned.

A reimagined season will be announced in coming months.

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Your generous support is critical to keeping Miami City Ballet’s artistic, educational and community engagement programs growing.

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Behind the Ballet

Watch our digitally streamed ballet performances with our Friday Night Spotlights series, and discover how Miami City Ballet’s Firebird and Nine Sinatra Songs went from studio to stage on our ‘making of’ online hubs.

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

Miami City Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ Bounds Into Downtown

This Nutcracker builds on Balanchine’s choreography and has a huge cast. The Miami City Ballet is bringing its full company of 52 dancers, plus seven pre-professional and three student dancers, Miami City Ballet Executive Director Tania Castroverde Moskalenko said. In addition, there are nearly 60 local student dancers (some still in elementary school) from the Colburn School and the Gabriela Foundation’s everybody dance! program, as well as performers from the Los Angeles Children’s Choir.

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Dance as the Heart of the City

“The opening gala began with “Serenade,” Balanchine’s windswept embodiment of Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade in C Major for String Orchestra,” …Miami City Ballet did the honors impressively, with Simone Messmer being carried off for the elegiac ending of the 4-part suite keenly framed by the center’s intimate space.”

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