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The recently formed multicultural dance troupe founded by dancer/choreographer and NWSA professor Peter London gets its first big local stage outing for “Spring Nights at the Arsht,” which is comprised of six new dances.
“The Best of the Classical Repertoire Gala” includes eight dances, two of which come from Marius Petipa from the 19th century. But the highlight of these performances is
The Miami City Ballet Company (MCB) will close its 2012-2013 season this weekend at the Arsht Center with Broadway and Ballet, a valentine to Jerome Robbins and George
Miami City Ballet closes out the season with Program IV, a combination of Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine with a special guest appearance from baseball great Mike
In a single weekend, we will be able to see two of this country’s reputable dance companies, both selecting ballets made in the United States and in a
In a cool collaboration of poetic fusion, MCB dancers Sara Esty, Leigh Ann Esty and Nicole Stalker are working with poet Barabara Lisette Anderson as part of the
The month-long festival, organized by Momentum Dance Company, will include a wide variety of dance, from flamenco to aerial ballet, a movie and family day, along with new
Afro-Caribbean folklore entered Peter London’s soul at age six, and never left. In the hilly Trinidadian countryside, the then-youngster would take part in religious ceremonies often led by his
Miami City Ballet's spring program is pretty classic, staying true to its own founding roots and focusing on Balanchine. Program III includes "La Valse," "The Steadfast Tin Soldier,"
On the opening night at the Arsht Center, The Miami City Ballet presented the world preview of “Euphotic,” the most recent work of Liam Scarlett, artist-in-residence at London’s