Miami City Ballet
In 2022 the Miami City Ballet was celebrating the 10th anniversary of Lourdes Lopez as Artistic Director. Known for nurturing new choreographic voices and being one of the world’s preeminent interpreters of the choreography of George Balanchine, Miami City Ballet was founded in 1985 by Miami philanthropist Toby Lerner Ansin and Founding Artistic Director and ballet legend Edward Villella. The program featured Martha Graham’s "Diversion of Angels," the world premiere of Margarita Armas’s "Geta," Balanchine’s "Serenade," and Jerome Robbins’ "Antique Epigraphs" all performed with a live orchestra. PROGRAM: Diversion of Angels; choreography: Martha Graham; music: Norman Dello Joio. Geta; choreography: Margarita Armas; music: Jacques Brel. Antique Epigraphs; choreography: Jerome Robbins; music: Claude Debussy. Serenade; choreography: George Balanchine; music: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Includes introduction by Pamela Tatge and Post-Show Talk with Margarita Armas and Renan Cerdeiro moderated by Theresa Ruth Howard.