MCB Adds Kathryn Moriarty to School Faculty

Miami City Ballet School, the official school of Miami City Ballet, adds to its roster of esteemed faculty members by welcoming Kathryn Moriarty, who begins her tenure by teaching at the MCB Summer Intensive that began on June 20. Moriarty will serve as principal faculty for Levels IV and V in the Student Division beginning in September.

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Miami City Ballet Welcomes Arantxa Ochoa to MCB School

Miami City Ballet and Miami City Ballet School are pleased to announce that Arantxa Ochoa will join the School as its new Director of Faculty and Curriculum. Her appointment comes after three years of steady growth and expansion of the School under the leadership of MCB Artistic Director and MCB School Chairman Lourdes Lopez and Darleen Callaghan, who remains as Director of School Administration.

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Miami City Ballet Releases Company Roster for Upcoming Season

Miami City Ballet (MCB) has announced its 50-member roster for the 2016-17 season, which opens on October 23 in Miami, including the promotions of Nathalia Arja to principal soloist and both Chase Swatosh and Shimon Ito to soloists, and the addition of four new dancers: Lauren Fadeley, formerly a principal with Pennsylvania Ballet (PAB) who is joining MCB as a soloist; Amir Yogev, another dancer from PAB who began his career with MCB; and Alaina Andersen and Luiz Silva, both recent graduates of Miami City Ballet School.

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Watch Rob Gronkowski Take Ballet Lessons from a Real-Life Ballerina

What sometimes gets lost in the collective noise of people laughing at Gronk being Gronk (so: partying and twerking), is that Rob Gronkowski is a truly special athlete. His combination of size, speed, and strength doesn’t just make him an offensive coordinator’s best friend—it might end up making him the greatest tight end to ever play the game.

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Miami City Ballet Announces Company Roster for 2016-17 Season

Miami City Ballet has announced its 50-member roster for the 2016-17 season, which opens on October 23 in Miami, including the promotions of Nathalia Arja to principal soloist and both Chase Swatosh and Shimon Ito to soloists, and the addition of four new dancers: Lauren Fadeley, formerly a principal with Pennsylvania Ballet (PAB) who is joining MCB as a soloist; Amir Yogev, another dancer from PAB who began his career with MCB; and Alaina Andersen and Luiz Silva, both recent graduates of Miami City Ballet School.

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Miami City Ballet Brings the Sun to Harris

Major ballet companies are like battleships: big, heavy, built for rather antiquated displays of power, costly and difficult to keep afloat. But dance is a better use of resources than war, in my opinion — and apparently the opinion of many Chicagoans, who flocked to the Harris on Friday and Saturday to see Miami City Ballet’s two jam-packed, stage-filling programs, each crackerjack and entirely different.

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For Miami City Ballet Dancers, All South Florida’s a Stage

Exuberant ballet dancers leap through the air, legs outstretched, defying gravity in ordinary locations across South Florida. One, wearing a filmy green dress, stands en pointe on a bridge against the foggy backdrop of cruise ships docked in Biscayne Bay. One muscular dancer leaps over a girl on a scooter, his pose frozen against the windswept palm trees along Collins Avenue. Another dancer, sporting a fisherman’s hat and a fishing rod, balances with one leg pointed toward the clear blue sky, the other foot planted on a rocky jetty in Miami Beach.

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