Meet our next new dancer, Sarah McCahill!
Find out what dancer is taking over our Instagram feed while the company learns Christopher Wheeldon’s Polyphonia and why we are so excited to perform this work.
Learn the ins and outs of new corps de ballet member Eric Trope.
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The Associated Press covers Miami City Ballet School’s August 10th Open House.
The Miami Herald covers Miami City Ballet School’s August 10th Open House in a photo gallery online.
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Miami City Ballet is welcoming several new dancers to the company this season – get to know them on our blog!
MCB BlogCheck out our latest video to discover what exciting dance masterworks Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez has in store for Miami City Ballet’s 2013-2014 Season.
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The Miami HeraldYou won’t find Miami City Ballet’s dancers, scattered for vacation, at the troupe’s Miami Beach studios during the summer. But there was plenty of movement there on a recent summer day as the Miami City Ballet School’s summer intensive program kicked off.
The New York TimesCan you have ballet without ballerinas? Yes. In the 18th century, women were the second sex in Western theater dance. Though some female stars were called ‘queens’ of dance, men were known as ‘gods.’ Yet for the last two centuries, mainly since the establishment of female point work, the ballerina has been the quintessence of ballet.