Miami City Ballet
Oh, to watch the Miami City Ballet dancers in rehearsal. They are so graceful, so effortless, so… pregnant?
The fantasy of the ballet has been stalled by the real world of money, as financial turmoil at the Miami City Ballet has sent the executive director packing.
At the age of 14, Mayumi Enokibara left her home in Brazil on a scholarship to study full-time with the Miami City Ballet. Her passion for plies and pirouettes has led this teen far from home and all she’s known.
The Miami City Ballet has tapped the co-founder of the New York City dance company Morphoses to be their new Artistic Director.
It’s that time of the year again for ballet aficionados and families alike to enjoy the beauty and splendor of the George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.
On stage, ballerinas make plies and pirouettes look effortless. But behind the scenes, hours and hours of training, stopping and going is the real life of a ballerina in The Miami City Ballet.
Edward Villella, the founder and director of Miami City Ballet, will retire at the end of the next season.
Winning the NBA Finals is a ‘delicate dance’ and both teams need a legion of fans to really get behind them.
A pair of Miami dancers who fell in love a decade ago play the leads in the Miami City Ballet’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” at the Arsht Center.
In preparation for this weekend’s performance of “Program 2”, dancers with The Miami City Ballet are undergoing ‘Company Class’ – a daily hour and a half warm up, practice and drill session.