The Go Guide

SCARLETT FEVERThe new Miami City Ballet-commissioned work from the current it boy of international choreography, Liam Scarlett, moves to the Kravis Center (701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach) for performances Friday through Sunday. Viscera will highlight MCB’s Program II, along with Jerome Robbins’ In the Night and Balanchine’s Ballet Imperial. Tickets: $19-$169. Info: Kravis.org, 800-572-8471. Program II moves to Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center Feb. 3-5. More info: Miamicityballet.org.

Dance Magazine Reviews Program II

Miami City Ballet welcomed the New Year trumpeting a world premiere by Liam Scarlett, an up-and-soaring choreographer from England who dances for The Royal Ballet. Unlike Asphodel Meadows, the artist’s first work for his home company’s main stage in 2010, this new creation does not boast a pretty title. Yet Viscera certainly announces the deep-centered physicality,indeed, the performance fortitude,that its fleet and fervent configurations demand, revealing the choreographer’s own gutsiness. Contributing to MCB’s second program of the season, the 25-year-old Brit staked his ground alongside Robbins (In the Night) and Balanchine (Ballet Imperial).

Miami City Ballet Shows Guts In ‘Viscera’

There’s no doubt that Miami City Ballet is graceful. The debut this weekend of “Viscera,” a new work by choreographer Liam Scarlett, proves the company has guts. The 25-year-old choreographer with Britain’s Royal Ballet created the piece specifically for MCB dancers by channeling the power of the principal women…

Miami City Ballet Shows Off Its Versatility

Interesting second bill by Miami City Ballet: a world premiere, a company premiere and one of the big ones complete the program. Because of so many choreographic train wrecks over history, it is not unfair that we are suspicious of new works. But Balanchine, Robbins, Tudor, Taylor, MacMillan, etc. all had to start somewhere; and though they might not have always been great, because they were true artists, they were almost always interesting. Liam Scarlett has had considerable success as a dancer and choreographer at Royal Ballet in London, so for Miami City Ballet to commission him is a signal that he has paid his dues. It can be exciting to see the early work of a young choreographer and imagine where his vision will take us. Both the Miami Herald and the New York Times gave considerable space to discussing Scarlett and Miami City Ballet’s decision…

Dancing With New Fire

Miami City Ballet burst onstage in their new ballet with a ferocity and sense of purpose that held out a whole new sense of possibility for the company. Viscera, the dance by rising British star Liam Scarlett which MCB premiered at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts on Friday night, not only brought out MCB’s considerable dynamism, but amped it up several levels, revealing new facets to the company’s already prodigious character. The excitement was exemplified in an electrifying performance by Jeanette Delgado, who lit up Viscera with a fire and drive that gave this already charismatic ballerina a new kind of star power…

Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour Hosts Lunch In Honor Of Miami City Ballet

Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour played host to an exclusive, invitation-only, luncheon in honor of Miami City Ballet and its dancers on Thursday, November 17th . The event began with an intimate cocktail reception as guests mingled amongst the beautiful couture on the 2nd floor of the store. Guests enjoyed a delicious gourmet lunch as they viewed a stunning fashion presentation highlighting the latest Fall and Holiday 2011 collections from various designers that can be found at Neiman Marcus. Miami City Ballet supporters including Francinelee Hand, Bobi Eroncig, Darla Karlton, Dr. Amy Buchman and Lynne Steinfurth took part in a behind the scenes Q & A discussion hosted byPlum TV personality Gerard Bush and three of the Miami City Ballet’s dancers: Principal Dancer Tricia Albertson, Principal Soloist Didier Bramaz and Corps Dancer Adrienne Carter. The dancers shared secrets about their careers at the Miami City Ballet. They gave an exciting account of their experiences this past July when the company made its debut in Paris, France at the famed 2500 seat Th

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