Dimensions Dance Theatre Performs Fiebre, An Evening of Summer Ballet

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(MIAMI, June, 2017) – South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center presents Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami on Saturday, July 8 at 8pm. Tickets are $25-$45 with $75 VIP also available. SMDCAC is located at 10950 SW 211 Street in Cutler Bay. For tickets the public should call 786-573-5300 and for information visit www.smdcac.org.

 

Miami’s newest critically acclaimed contemporary ballet company brings a collection of ballets to turn up the summer heat – including three sizzling Miami premieres, and the reprise of two audience favorites. The featured ballet is renowned Venezuelan choreographer Vicente Nebrada’s “Fiebre,” set to the hits of Cuban singing sensation La Lupe, with live musical accompaniment by Alain Garcia and his Latin Power Band. Don’t miss this piece and much more!

 

The VIP ticket provides private access backstage for a post-show champagne toast and meet & greet with Dimensions Dance Artistic Directors and dancers.

 

Founded by former Miami City Ballet Principal Couple, Carlos Guerra and Jennifer Kronenberg, Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami debuted to critical acclaim in November 2016 as a brand new, cutting edge ballet company. The troupe continues to garner recognition for their profound energy and electricity, offering audiences a fresh, innovative, and diverse ballet experience. Primarily comprised of local artists, the company, its cultural programming, and its collaborative pursuits are especially unique in their distinct reflection of South Florida.

 

 

Program: (subject to change)

 

C'est la Vie

Choreography Kevin Jenkins

Music “Fibre De Verre" by Paris Combo, "Si La Photo Est Bonne" by Barbara, "Mon amour, mon ami" by Marie Laforêt, "Guaglione" by Perez Prado, "Manchester Et Liverpool" by Marie Laforêt, "Ivan, Boris Et Moi" by Marie Laforêt, "La Fee Clochette" by Polo

 

Chloe Freytag, Eduardo Iglesias, Trisha Carter, Stephan Fons

 

-Pause-

 

Esferas

Choreography Ariel Rose

Music "Lento” by Aleksey Igudesman, "Aria” by Alexander Balanescu, "Musica Universalis” by Alex Barsnowski

 

Gabriela Mesa, Josue Justiz, Fabian Morales

 

-Intermission-

 

Transparente

Choreography Ronald Savkovic

Lighting, Scenic & Costume Design Armand Vilaf

*Lady’s costume construction by Mayra Guerra

Music "Malmequer” by Maritza (Remix)

 

Jennifer Kronenberg, Carlos Guerra

 

-Pause-

 

Sinergia (Pas de Deux)

Choreography Luis Serrano

Music “Lost Love" by The REG Project

 

Katia Carranza*, Eduardo Iglesias

*Ms. Carranza joins DDTM for this performance as an invited guest artist, courtesy of Miami City Ballet.

 

-Pause-

 

Fiebre

Choreography Vicente Nebrada

Music “Pobre de mi”, “Teatro”, “Soñé”, “Cualquiera”, “Que te pedí”, “Adiós”, “Maldito deas” by La Lupe

Staging Yanis Pikieris and Zane Wilson, courtesy of the Vicente Nebrada Foundation

Costumes Christina Gianninni

 

Mayrel Martinez Lopez, Maikel Hernandez

Gabriela Mesa, Fabian Morales

Sarah McCahill, Stephan Fons

Chloe Freytag, Josue Justiz

 

Musical Accompaniment Alain Garcia and The Latin Power Band

 

 

The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center is managed by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, with funding support from the Office of the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.  The Center is dedicated to presenting and supporting arts and culture and providing access to the arts to the entire Miami-Dade County community.

           

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