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Review: Miami City Ballet’s season closer features world premiere amid thought-provoking program

Review: Miami City Ballet’s season closer features world premiere amid thought-provoking program

Miami City Ballet’s season closer “Prodigal Son” featured two notably different narrative ballets and two duets for a thoughtful program that packed emotional depth. 

Long live ¡VIVA!, Manuel Liñán’s love letter to flamenco, to women and to life

Long live ¡VIVA!, Manuel Liñán’s love letter to flamenco, to women and to life

Manuel Liñán challenges the rules of traditional flamenco in his wildly celebrated and charmingly transgressive ¡VIVA! at the Arsht Center.

After COVID pause, Flamenco Festival Miami promises star performances – and a sense of renewal

After COVID pause, Flamenco Festival Miami promises star performances – and a sense of renewal

The 13th edition will span three nights in April at Miami's Arsht Center.

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The Complicated Life and Music of Miriam Makeba On Stage

The Complicated Life and Music of Miriam Makeba On Stage

Posted on October 24, 2015 at 6:40 PM
By ArtBurst Team

The Complicated Life and Music of Miriam Makeba On Stage

The Complicated Life and Music of Miriam Makeba On Stage

Posted on October 23, 2015 at 6:40 PM
By George Fishman

People have told choreographer Nora Chipaumire that they found her dance-theater performance Miriam too dark. “It’s so

A Dance Festival On Screen

A Dance Festival On Screen

Posted on October 22, 2015 at 6:39 PM
By Mia Leonin

In the first few minutes of Gabri Christi’s film Quarantined, you can’t see dancer Kyle Abraham’s sculptured

FGO’s ‘Nabucco’ Gets By on Golden Wings

FGO’s ‘Nabucco’ Gets By on Golden Wings

Posted on October 21, 2015 at 6:39 PM
By ArtBurst Team

By his own account, Verdi was not all that interested in composing Nabucco. In his Autobiographical Sketch,