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Program One featuring <i>Swan Lake</i>
Broward Center 2015-16
Program One featuring Swan Lake
Swan Lake - Balanchine/Tchaikovsky
Viscera - Scarlett/Liebermann
Fancy Free - Robbins/Bernstein

Swan Lake is the most famous of all ballets, its name practically synonymous with the art form. Miami City Ballet is excited to be bringing back to our audiences the glorious version of Acts Two and Four – the “white acts” – that George Balanchine created in 1951 for Maria Tallchief and New York City Ballet. More than a tragic romance, it is a timeless meditation on the universal experience of love and loss, set to Tchaikovsky's most evocative score.

Widely considered to be England’s most promising new choreographer, Liam Scarlett honored MCB in 2012 with Viscera, his first commissioned work for an American company. Praised by The New York Times, this impressive debut pushed the lexicon of classical dance forward with its inspired rhythmic timing and intense physicality honed by the crisp precision of Scarlett’s Royal Ballet training.

In Fancy Free, three sailors on 24-hour leave in New York City during World War II meet three girls on a hot summer night in a story that speaks to the quintessential experience of being young, American, and “On The Town” - the name of the hit musical comedy that Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein and the team of Comden and Green developed from it.
Sat 11/7/15 8:00PM Broward Center
Sun 11/8/15 2:00PM Broward Center


Program One featuring <i>Swan Lake</i>
Arsht Center 2015-16
Program One featuring Swan Lake
Swan Lake - Balanchine/Tchaikovsky
Viscera - Scarlett/Liebermann
Fancy Free - Robbins/Bernstein

Swan Lake is the most famous of all ballets, its name practically synonymous with the art form. Miami City Ballet is excited to be bringing back to our audiences the glorious version of Acts Two and Four – the “white acts” – that George Balanchine created in 1951 for Maria Tallchief and New York City Ballet. More than a tragic romance, it is a timeless meditation on the universal experience of love and loss, set to Tchaikovsky's most evocative score.

Widely considered to be England’s most promising new choreographer, Liam Scarlett honored MCB in 2012 with Viscera, his first commissioned work for an American company. Praised by The New York Times, this impressive debut pushed the lexicon of classical dance forward with its inspired rhythmic timing and intense physicality honed by the crisp precision of Scarlett’s Royal Ballet training.

In Fancy Free, three sailors on 24-hour leave in New York City during World War II meet three girls on a hot summer night in a story that speaks to the quintessential experience of being young, American, and “On The Town” - the name of the hit musical comedy that Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein and the team of Comden and Green developed from it.
Fri 10/23/15 8:00PM Arsht Center
Sat 10/24/15 8:00PM Arsht Center
Sun 10/25/15 2:00PM Arsht Center


Program One featuring <i>Swan Lake</i>
Kravis Center 2015-16
Program One featuring Swan Lake
Swan Lake - Balanchine/Tchaikovsky
Viscera - Scarlett/Liebermann
Fancy Free - Robbins/Bernstein

Swan Lake is the most famous of all ballets, its name practically synonymous with the art form. Miami City Ballet is excited to be bringing back to our audiences the glorious version of Acts Two and Four – the “white acts” – that George Balanchine created in 1951 for Maria Tallchief and New York City Ballet. More than a tragic romance, it is a timeless meditation on the universal experience of love and loss, set to Tchaikovsky's most evocative score.

Widely considered to be England’s most promising new choreographer, Liam Scarlett honored MCB in 2012 with Viscera, his first commissioned work for an American company. Praised by The New York Times, this impressive debut pushed the lexicon of classical dance forward with its inspired rhythmic timing and intense physicality honed by the crisp precision of Scarlett’s Royal Ballet training.

In Fancy Free, three sailors on 24-hour leave in New York City during World War II meet three girls on a hot summer night in a story that speaks to the quintessential experience of being young, American, and “On The Town” - the name of the hit musical comedy that Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein and the team of Comden and Green developed from it.
Fri 11/13/15 8:00PM Kravis Center
Sat 11/14/15 2:00PM Kravis Center
Sat 11/14/15 8:00PM Kravis Center
Sun 11/15/15 1:00PM Kravis Center