Dancer Jovani Furlan shares his experience learning the lost Paul Taylor solo in George Balanchine’s Episodes.
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Miami City Ballet leapt onto the Kravis Center stage Friday for program II, which features four works that demonstrated the vast range and depth that this company has achieved in a short time underLourdes Lopez’s leadership.
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Casting for Program II: See the Music at the Kravis Center is now available.
The centerpiece on this program is a 30-year-old work that is new to Miami City Ballet. Yet it feels fresh. Jardi Tancat (‘Closed Garden’) is performed to Catalan folksongs. Three couples, probably farmworkers, enact their struggles with the land and their love for each other.
It’s a good thing Justin Peck is young and resilient, as well as talented. Peck, 26, juggles a budding career as a choreographer favorably noticed by critics with his responsibilities as a soloist with the New York City Ballet.Mid-December found him in Miami Beach, rehearsing his pas de deux Chutes and Ladders with Miami City Ballet for the program the company will perform Friday through Sunday at the Kravis Center. The night before his arrival, he’d been on stage with New York City Ballet.Directly after his return to New York, he met with composer Sufjan Stevens to discuss a work Peck is creatingfor New York City Ballet that will premiere in May.As if that weren’t enough, the male dancer scheduled to perform Chutes and Ladders sprained his ankle during a Nutcracker rehearsal.
There are many reasons to rejoice in Miami City Ballet’s second program of the season, called See the Music, but chief among them is this: the company premiere of Nacho Duato’s Jard
Casting is now available for performances of Program II: See the Music at the Broward Center.
If there’s a link among the three works by Miami City Ballet that audiences saw Wednesday at Artis–Naples, it’s, well linkage. Sylphlike strings of dancers thread through each other in the opening Concerto Barocoo, the first of two George Balanchine works, in ways similar to the ensemble daisy chains in its elegant bookend, Serenade.