Subscribe today and enjoy the best seats at the best price for MCB’s 2018/19 Season featuring the company premiere of Brahms/Handel, Justin Peck’s Heatscape and the anticipated return of George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Miami City Ballet is holding open auditions in New York City for the 2019/20 season. Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez is seeking classically trained male and female dancers with at least 10 years of training or professional experience to join the Company at all ranks. Training in the Balanchine technique is a plus.
This transformational support — $3 million over five years — will be used to further strengthen the Miami City Ballet’s cultural relevance in Miami by supporting a new administrative and leadership infrastructure emphasizing experimentation, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This Nutcracker builds on Balanchine’s choreography and has a huge cast. The Miami City Ballet is bringing its full company of 52 dancers, plus seven pre-professional and three student dancers, Miami City Ballet Executive Director Tania Castroverde Moskalenko said. In addition, there are nearly 60 local student dancers (some still in elementary school) from the Colburn School and the Gabriela Foundation’s everybody dance! program, as well as performers from the Los Angeles Children’s Choir.
As MCB’s Development and Outreach Manager in Palm Beach, Bulfin Monteiro will build and maintain valuable relationships for the organization in the market