Miami City Ballet

Balanchine Centennial Celebration Performance
Edward Villella, Artistic Director

Miami City Ballet

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Concert Hall at 7:30 p.m.   
$40, $30, $15; 17 and under $15

Five College Students $15, $10, $7

In its eighteenth season, Miami City Ballet is an acknowledged force in the international dance world - - a must see, world-caliber company directed by legendary dancer Edward Villella. In recognition and celebration of the 100th Anniversary of George Balanchine's birth, Miami City Ballet performs an all-Balanchine/Stravinsky program featuring three seminal ballets: Violin Concerto, Apollo, and Symphony in Three Movements. To complement and enhance this presentation, Edward Villella will offer a lecture on George Balanchine, his collaboration with Igor Stravinsky, and his legacy.
"Miami City Ballet is one of the great successes of late 20th century American Ballet."
The New York Times

 


Associated Events

Miami City Ballet masterclass

April 20, 2004 Umass, Totman
Company members will conduct an intermediate level master class for Five College Dance students. Exact time and location TBD.
Participation open only to Five College Dance students. The general public is welcome to observe.,

 

Miami City Ballet: lecture

April 20, 2004 University Museum of Contemporary Art, UMass
Miami City Ballet Director Edward Villella will give a lecture on George Balanchine, his collaboratin with Igor Stravinsky, and his legacy. Exact time and location TBD.
Free and open to the public.,

 

 

 

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