Miami City Ballet has hired a new executive director to partner with artistic director Lourdes Lopez. Michael Scolamiero, who has led the Pennsylvania Ballet, will join the Miami troupe on June 30. He replaces Daniel Hagerty, who left MCB last month for family and personal reasons.
Miami City Ballet has a new executive director and he’s no newbie when it comes to running ballet companies.Michael Scolamiero, who starts work June 30, has helmed Pennsylvania Ballet in Philadelphia for 17 years. He succeeds Daniel Hagerty, who left recently for family reasons after 18 months in the post.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., (May 15, 2014)
Toby Lerner Ansin, co-founder of Miami City Ballet and preparing for its 30th anniversary season, is on daughter Stephanie Lerner Ansin’s turf inside the Miami Theater Center in Miami Shores.Stephanie, founder and artistic director of the all-ages theater, is in her 10th season opener, Everybody Drinks the Same Water, a medieval murder mystery set in 13th century Spain that she is directing and co-wrote with Fernando Calzadilla.
Wonder what it was like raising sibling ballerinas Patricia and Jeanette Delgado? Their mom tells all!
Our critics have looked back on the best of the 2013-14 season. And the winners are … well, the season isn’t a boxing match nor yet a drawing. But quality does separate the champions from the also-rans. Our choices are ….
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A Miami City Ballet season is about challenging and satisfying the dancers. And, of course, the audience.That’s what Lourdes Lopez says about programming the 2014-15 season
Al escribir El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha Don Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra se atrevi
The standing ovation at the matinee of Miami City Ballet’s season closer, Don Quixote, on Saturday, March 22 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts was a good indication that classical ballet lives and breathes in South Florida. It showed furthermore that it holds its own against the ultra/winter/music fests that dominate the local season.