Pitter-Patter In The Studio

Miami City Ballet principal Jennifer Carlynn Kronenberg had a clear vision of how things would go when she and her husband, fellow MCB principal Carlos Miguel Guerra, decided to have a baby. Then she passed her due date by two weeks and had an unplanned cesarean section. ‘I had to take off longer than expected and couldn’t do any physical activity other than walking for eight weeks,’ says the mom of Eva, now 1. ‘I was devastated. I had this whole plan in mind and it got shot down.’

Miami City Ballet Offers Dazzling Look At New Director’s Vision

Broward audiences got their first glimpse this weekend into Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez’s vision for the Miami City Ballet, and it was stunning.Although Lopez returned to Miami last year, she triumphed with an inaugural season conceived by her predecessor, MCB founder Edward Villella. Program I: First Ventures, which debuted two weeks ago in Miami and repeats at West Palm Beach’s Kravis Center Nov. 15-17, is the first programmed by Lopez.

Agon At A Gathering

Anyone who had doubts about the direction of Miami City Ballet can put them aside after this opening program. Two of the standards looked as fresh as ever and a work new to the company was performed with the confidence of a staple of the repertory.

Program I At Broward Center

Casting for Program I: First Ventures at the Broward Center is now availalbe. *Casting is subject to change.

Miami City Ballet Opens With Edgy, Electrifying ‘Polyphonia’

Miami City Ballet added a striking new facet to its profile with the startling, off-kilter architecture of Christopher Wheeldon’s Polyphonia on its season-opening program. But it was Serenade, the nearly 80-year-old Balanchine work that has been a company mainstay, that got the strongest applause Friday night at the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House.

Miami City Ballet Opens With Fast, Furious Toe-Breaker: Ballo Della Regina

Miami City Ballet’s season opens the evening of Oct. 18 at the Adrienne Arsht Center with Ballo della Regina, a technical feat of precision and speed, with lots of fast turns, hops on point and at times a combination of the two. The ballet, set to music from Verdi’s Don Carlo, is so difficult that it’s not widely performed because many companies don’t have the dancers to pull it off.

Firsthand Knowledge

Balanchine created ‘Ballo della Regina’ for Merrill Ashley, and she taught it to MCB dancers for Friday’s season opener.

Program I At Arsht Center

Casting for Program I: First Ventures at the Adrienne Arsht Center is now available. *Casting is subject to change.

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